The work of the Poor Peoples Campaign of 2018 is not a commemoration. You can’t commemorate something that has not been completed. What you can do is to bring the poor and the non-poor together, across lines of race, gender and ethnicity to organize for economic, social and racial justice for all people.
This is designated as “Justice Sunday.” The special guest speaker will be Scott Douglas, long-time Executive Director of Greater Birmingham Ministries. Before joining the staff of GBM, Scott served as Environmental Justice Organizer for the Sierra Club – Southeast, Executive Director of the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice and Southern Field Representative for the Partnership for Democracy Foundation. Scott serves on the boards of AIDS Alabama, the Alabama Poverty Project, The Gulf Coast Fund, the Progressive Technology Project, the Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama, and the Steering Committee of the Alabama Organizing Project. He formerly served on the boards of directors of The Needmor Fund and The New World Foundation, among many others. Scott has published articles on human rights, community organizing and social change in Social Policy, Southern Exposure, and the Howard Law School Journal. Scott is from Nashville and graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He is married to Lynn Douglas; they have one son.
NOTE: New start time at 10 am.
🎹🎼 Enjoy the choir led by Jim Sullivan along with our pianist, Chip Williams. 🎹🎼