Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II (@RevDrBarber )

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II

Bio President & senior lecturer @BRepairers, architect of #MoralMondays #MoralMovement & co-chair @UniteThePoor #PoorPeoplesCampaign - Join us: Text MORAL to 66539
Location Goldsboro, NC
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Hootsuite Inc. : Three years ago today, we were in Washington, DC, to announce the launch of the #PoorPeoplesCampaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. Today we have coordinating committees in 46 states plus DC, and the movement is building.

Join us: poorpeoplescampaign.org

Twitter Web App : My friend Reverend Raphael Warnock is being attacked right now something terrible. Hes being attacked, because hes a Gospel preacher who decided to run for the Senate on an agenda that says everybody ought to have healthcare & living wages, challenge racism, & lift the poor.

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Twitter Web App : Over 25 million people did not have enough to eat the week before Thanksgiving, while Congress and elected officials took a long weekend. COVID relief is expiring in a matter of days. This is not a matter of politics, it's about right and wrong, life and death.

Twitter Web App : “We gonna deal w/ death when a cop lynches us by his knee on camera & a 17-yr-old girl films it. If were gonna be outraged by death like that, we have to also be outraged by public policy deaths. Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II

Check out the full interview on @FoxSoulTV: foxsoul.tv/the-black-repo…

Twitter Web App : Word is someone in the White House is having conversations about preemptive pardons. The only people in this country right now who need preemptive pardons are the 140 million poor and low-income Americans who are criminalized daily simply for not having enough money to survive.

Hootsuite Inc. : More than 10,000 moral leaders, activists & impacted people have signed onto our petition calling for immediate COVID relief, a smooth transition of power & moral policies in the first 100 days of the next administration.

Add your name: bit.ly/PPCMoralMandate

Hootsuite Inc. : It’s bad, my God, it’s bad, but we need to understand that in our past, people have faced worse, and they still did not give in to the evil side of humanity.

#TBT #ThrowbackThursday

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Twitter Web App : Instead, they would pass a full & just relief package. Anything less is to play a cynical political game while more & more people are being laid in caskets by the disease of COVID and the deadliness of poverty.

Twitter Web App : We're glad to see President-Elect Biden’s team take up an idea the #PoorPeoplesCampaign has advocated for—talking directly to poor & low-income people & hearing directly from them.

If Congress did the same, they wouldn’t try to compromise and cut COVID relief.

Hootsuite Inc. : “As Georgia’s history demonstrates, however, adopting a system that requires the support of the majority can sometimes be used to engineer the exclusion of those in the minority.”

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iPhone : McConnell cried b/c Lamar Alexander is leaving the Senate, but he hasn’t shed a tear nor called a vote to help those leaving their families in death from COVID. This is an ugly revelation of his misguided character.

Twitter Web App : Black, Brown & Indigenous communities don’t simply want to see their faces in high places; we want the Biden/Harris admin to commit to policies that lift our communities together.

Hootsuite Inc. : “To understand how nursing homes became the source of over one-third of U.S. COVID-19 deaths, you have to look beyond just the vulnerability of the residents and examine how nursing homes pay and manage their employees.”

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Twitter Web App : Join us online now for Greenleaf Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Wednesday night Bible study!

I'm continuing my teaching series on the Psalms, Psalm 80 tonight.

Email sknight@breachrepairers.org to get Zoom details to join us online now.

Hootsuite Inc. : “We need a politics that can integrate and dialogue with the poor, the excluded and the vulnerable, that gives people a say in the decisions that affect their lives.” Pope Francis @NYTimes

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