Moral Movement – Selma Teach-In Videos

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Moral March

The Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee Meets the Moral Movement – If you want policies that honor all of our citizens regardless of age, then acknowledge that change can happen. Change comes when we work together and work through our differences. Remember that Marches and Rallies while ambitious, are merely moments; and nothing changes in an instant. Let us Move Forward, not one step back. Let us embrace The Movement! Please consider that regardless of your political position, religious affiliation, your color, or your creed, you have brethren and we all share a moral belief. – To honor our children, honor our family, and do all we can to ensure equal justice in our communities.

Reverend William E. Barber came to understand that too bring about change, it requires more than a stand, a rally, or a march. It mandates a movement. He shares what he learned in Selma. Language. Method. Discipline. And….
Moral March

Moral Movement…How Do You Get There? Language. Method. Discipline



Moral Movement. How Do You Get There? Language. Method. Discipline. The Teach-In. Testify – Not Theorize. Forward Together Moral Movement! ‘We’ Is the Most Important Word in the Social Justice Vocabulary. The issue is not what we can’t do, but what we CAN do when we stand together. With an upsurge in racism/hate crimes, criminalization of young black males, insensitivity to the poor, educational genocide, and the moral/economic cost of a war, we must STAND together now like never before.’

Moral Movement — Fundamental Change in Policy Comes When We Touch People’s Souls


Reverend Barber invites people to speak to our/each others souls. Policy is not personal or political; intrinsically we know it must be a moral decision. Movements Rooted in Hope rather than fear bring us together and endure. “Some agendas are as old as the scriptures!” Work for Secure, ProLabor, AntiPoverty Policies that Ensure Economic Sustainability…Education Equality, Equitable, Health Care, Rights for All, Fairness in the Criminal Justice System…Intentional Inclusive…Elevate Ourselves to Care About Humanity!

Moral Movement Teach-In; Where and Why We Fight for Moral Equality


Mobilize in the streets, in the suites, in states. We need indigenous led grassroots movements, You build movements up from the ground. Use Moral Language frame and critique public policy. Committed to the cause and Civil disobedience. Extremists have a party, a rally, a march…varies from a Movement! Build a Stage to Lift Voices of everyday People! Hear from the people not solely “leaders.” Build Coalition of Moral Religious Leaders from ALL Faiths! On Justice and Love we all agree! Diverse

Brother KoJo – Forward Together. Not one Step Back!


This movement is forged in and cemented in spiritual morality! The church has more access to people than you do. The church needs to be involved and is…was, will be. The Moral engine comes from the church.. Rev. Kojo Nantambu is President of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg NAACP in North Carolina. President Nantambu has been a morale booster for the NAACP. He answers the call

Bob Zellner; Moral Movement Civil Rights Activist Brings the Light to the News


Bob Zellner tells the story that remains hidden. There is a Moral Movement – People are getting together and they Are Rising Up! It is a Moral Movement!
From a family line of KKK members, Bob Zellner became one of the first white southerners to engage in the early civil rights movement. He organized sit-ins, rallies, investigations and speeches from Missouri to Massachusetts. Along his journey, Zellner was insulted, violently attacked, beaten unconscious, and arrested over 18 times. Yet even now in his 70’s, Bob stands fast for democracy, equality and justice.
Zellner’s story starts about as far as you can get from where he is. ~ http://moralheroes.org/bob-zellner

It Matters. the Movement and the Language Matter


Mobilize in the streets, in the suites, in states. We need indigenous led grassroots movements, You build movements up from the ground. Use Moral Language frame and critique public policy. Committed to the cause and Civil disobedience. Extremists have a party, a rally, a march…varies from a Movement! Build a Stage to Lift Voices of everyday People! Hear from the people not solely “leaders.” Build Coalition of Moral Religious Leaders from ALL Faiths! On Justice and Love we all agree! Diverse

Moral Movement Teach-In; Where and Why We Fight for Moral Equality


Mobilize in the streets, in the suites, in states. We need indigenous led grassroots movements, You build movements up from the ground. Use Moral Language frame and critique public policy. Committed to the cause and Civil disobedience. Extremists have a party, a rally, a march…varies from a Movement! Build a Stage to Lift Voices of everyday People! Hear from the people not solely “leaders.” Build Coalition of Moral Religious Leaders from ALL Faiths! On Justice and Love we all agree! Diverse

Moral Movement — Fundamental Change in Policy Comes When We Touch People’s Souls


Reverend Barber invites people to speak to our/each others souls. Policy is not personal or political; intrinsically we know it must be a moral decision. Movements Rooted in Hope rather than fear bring us together and endure. “Some agendas are as old as the scriptures!” Work for Secure, ProLabor, AntiPoverty Policies that Ensure Economic Sustainability…Education Equality, Equitable, Health Care, Rights for All, Fairness in the Criminal Justice System…Intentional Inclusive…Elevate Ourselves to Care About Humanity!

Moral March

The Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee Meets the Moral Movement

Reverend William E. Barber came to understand that too bring about change, it requires more than a stand, a rally, or a march. It mandates a movement. He shares what he learned in Selma. Language. Method. Discipline. And….
Moral March