On Wednesday, February 18th, Reverend William Barber will be here on Long Island! Rev. Barber is one of the nation’s most effective thought leaders on social justice. He is the President of the North Carolina NAACP and founder of the Moral Monday Movement, which brings together activists to fight for economic justice, labor rights, voting rights, public education, and much more.
The Moral Monday movement has spread across the US and has been successful in bringing together community stakeholders. Rev. Barber will address the opportunities to bring together faith, labor and community leaders on Long Island in support of workers rights and social justice.
We hope you can make it to Stony Brook University’s Student Activities Center Auditorium on Wednesday February 18, 2015 at 4:00 PM to listen to Rev. Barber speak on the “Moral Foundation of Workers’ Rights. Flyer can be found below. For more information click here
1) Airport Worker Rights – Beginnings of Moral Monday: Reverend Barber talks about the beginnings of Moral Monday and why it is important for religion and labor to work together