Ethan Vesely-Flad of the Fellowship of Reconciliation reports:

A new multi-movement initiative has just been launched by dynamic young frontline justice activists, taking its inspiration from the intersectional framework declared in the “Beyond Vietnam” speech and SCLC’s Poor People’s Campaign.  More than 50 organizations — including the Movement for Black Lives, the People’s Climate campaign, Fight for 15, Mijente, LGBTQ activists, and many more — have come together in a coalition called The Majority to launch “Beyond the Moment: Uniting Movements from April 4th to MayDay.”  Find out how you can participate at:
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Inspirational fusion movement leader Rev. Dr. William Barber II (2014 recipient of FOR’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Award) will preach this Sunday, April 2nd at the Riverside Church to launch their “Beyond the Dream: Living King’s Legacy” commemoration.  Rev. Barber, head of the Repairers of the Breach movement, will announce their plans for a new Poor People’s Campaign.  The program will be webcast live through the church’s website:

For those in the NYC metropolitan region, the Committee of Religious NGOs at the United Nations will host “A Time to Break Silence” program on April 4th.  It is open to the general public,