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 Building Bridges 
 Weekly Program
 Rev. William Barber II
 Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg  
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Conversations in Black Freedom Studies: The Struggle for Voting Rights & the Poor Peoples Campaign
Rev. William Barber, a passionate preacher, anti-poverty activist, and civil rights leader. Barber has emerged as perhaps the most important figure in progressive U.S. Christianity. Prof. Cornel West, in a blurb for Barber's book The Third Reconstruction, said he was "the closest person we have to Martin Luther King, Jr. in our midst."

In 1968 Martin Luther and Coretta Scott King championed the Poor Peoples Campaign to unite people of all backgrounds against oppressive government policies. Today, Rev. William Barber is leading a modern resurgence of the effort, challenging racism, voter suppression, poverty, militarism, and environmental devastation issues that continue to be at stake in the 2018 midterm elections
produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg
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