Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign Discusses Poverty Following RNC on Democracy Now!

Early in the US Presidential elections, sildenafil cialis a few contenders were discussing the plight of the poor and what we must do as a country to change this. Now, best cialis buy cialis a month before national elections, sale the talk has changed to what we must do to help the wealthy.

At the Republican National Convention in September, the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign was working to bring back attention and bring forth policies on addressing poverty in this country. They discussed these ideas and tensions in Minneapolis-St Paul on Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman.

See below the Democracy Now! interview with Amy Goodman and Cheri Honkala, National Coordinator, PPEHRC:

Watch the PPEHRC Poor People’s March video at the RNC to learn more about the thousands who participated in delivering to the RNC a “citizens arrest for crimes against humanity.”

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