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"We have to change our narrative in this country. And the only way you can change the narrative is to change the narrator," the Rev. William Barber, co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign, told us in 2018.

Here's how NC’s Rev. William Barber is carrying on one legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

@Ocasio2018  2. She also quotes a sermon by Rev. William Barber, co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign, saying that prophets are rarely celebrated and how the best way to honor their work and sacrifice is to pick up where they left off. Religious Left: still a thing.

With new Poor People’s Campaign, NC’s Rev. William Barber evokes comparisons to MLK

After Steyer and Buttigieg mentioned the Poor People’s Campaign — which is led by Rev. William Barber, whose church Buttigieg and Steyer both visited recently — at last night’s debate, Barber calls on other candidates to do the same and reiterates his call for a poverty debate.

‘Their undoing will inevitably come’: Rev. William Barber explains why Trump-loving evangelicals are doomed

'Their undoing will inevitably come': Rev. William Barber explains why Trump-loving evangelicals are doomed @bwreed  / Raw Story)

“We’re not going to allow (faithful?) Americans to be bullied by the hard left.” Side note: It would depend on how Trump defines the "hard left," be some of the most stalwart progressive activists during the Trump era have been religious leaders such as Rev. William Barber, etc.


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‘Trump didn’t create racism and white nationalism. It’s as American as apple pie, but what he did was he called the fire from up under the Earth.’ — Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II is calling on Americans to fight the fire of hate with the fire of love, of truth, and of justice

"Some issues are not left vs. right or liberal vs. conservative, they are right vs. wrong." —Rev. William Barber

Rev. William Barber II: "I'm worried by the way faith is cynically used by some to serve hate, racism and greed"

On the same day he won a @macfound  Genius Grant, the Rev. William Barber also was arrested at a protest.

The News & Observer's 2018 Tar Heel of the Year is ... Rev. William J. Barber II. He led NC's Moral Monday rallies as leader of the NC NAACP. The MacArthur Fellow has launched a rebirth of the Poor People’s Campaign. #NandOTarHeel 

Poverty is one of the great moral issues of our time. On Thursday night, at Duke University, I look forward to discussing with Rev. William Barber how we can best address the poverty crisis in the United States.

Rev. William J. Barber II was arrested for protesting on behalf of higher minimum wages in front of McDonald’s corporate headquarters at about the same time as he learned he had been awarded a MacArthur “genius grant”

23. AND Rev. William Barber and Rev. Liz Theoharris if the Poor People’s Campaign.

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LIVE: Join me and Rev. Dr. William Barber to talk about building a grassroots movement to fight for justice.

I'm an atheist and I'd go to Rev. William Barber's church in a second. Just to get levitated by his voice. #DemsInPhilly