Show: Maine Social Justice

Episode: 0114 MSJ Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights.mpg


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Sheri Honkala, National Organizer of the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign conducted a workshop on April 3 at the State Arboretum in Augusta. Sheri, a former homeless mother from Philadelphia, outlined strategies for the poor to organize themselves and create a movement to lift themselves out of poverty. A diverse group of over two dozen people from all over Maine heard Sheri speak about the problems she had encountered over the years. After watching this, you will have a better idea on how you can form your own grassroots movement. You'll have an opportunity to avoid many of the mistakes people make when starting up.

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