Screening of We Cried Power, story of Poor People's Campaign
Join the Student Advisory Board to the Duke Human Rights Center for a screening of We Cried Power, story of Poor People's Campaign.
The Poor People's Campaign is a movement founded by Martin Luther King Jr. and revived by Reverend William Barber II. The movement has a large base in North Carolina and is devoted to fighting against five evils: poverty, racism, militarization, ecological devastation, and the distorted moral narrative.
We will be screening the "We Cried Power" documentary, which tells the story of the Poor People's Campaign, including their work today. Representatives from the NC Poor People's campaign will speak and answer any audience questions.