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Ross M Levin

Sep 17, 2013, 1:44:03 PM9/17/13

This October, the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign will be hosting an exciting event in Philadelphia, the World Court of Women on Poverty.  P.P.E.H.R.C. is the largest multi-racial poor people's movement in the United States today.  As national coordinator of P.P.E.H.R.C. and 2012 Green Party candidate for Vice President of the United States, Cheri Honkala invites you to take part in this convergence of validation, affirmation, and solutions.  The World Courts of Women exist to rewrite our histories, reclaim our memories, and find new visions for our times. The Courts of Women are public hearings that exist to share voices of survival and resistance from the margins. Those gathered at the World Court of Women seek to break the silence on poverty as a violation of both women’s rights and human rights.  This will be an important event to document and work to solve economic human rights abuses from poverty in the United States, as well as an important place to build connections between movements and diverse groups of people.  PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY!!

Join the World Court of Women on Poverty

October 18-20, 2013 @ 10am

Where: West Kensington Ministry

    2140 N. Hancock St.

Hear the personal testimonies of victims and survivors of economic injustices such as:

  • Homelessness

  • Poverty

  • Healthcare

  • Employment

  • Education

  • Incarceration

For More Info Call 267-233-8761


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