Moral Fusion Movement
If you have not heard the Reverend William Barber speak, you’re missing an event. I had the privilege of sharing the stage with him a couple of years ago. Although my speech was awesome… his was far better. What I really admire about Reverend Barber is the fact that he truly wants to build a movement. He has been thinking about this and studying the problem for years.
“Woe unto them that decree unrighteous decrees, and that write grievousness which they have prescribed” (Isaiah 10:1).
This the Moral Fusion Agenda:
- Secure prolabor and anti-poverty policies that ensure economic sustainability
- Educational equality that ensures that every child gets a high quality public education (this includes access to colleges and junior colleges)
- Healthcare for all (this includes providing environmental protection for all communities)
- Fairness in the criminal justice system by addressing continued inequality in the system and providing equal protection for black, brown and poor white Americans
- Protecting and expanding voting rights, women’s rights, LGBT rights, immigrants rights and the fundamental principle of equal protection under the law
BTW, there is another recording of Reverend Barber’s speech to Netroots. This other recording was taken by someone in the audience. You can really hear the audience applause and reactions, which makes his speech much more enjoyable. IMHO.