The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, the Texas Poor People’s Campaign and our partners invite you for a Georgetown-to-Austin Moral March for Democracy — culminating in a Rally at the Texas State Capitol on Saturday, July 31 @ 8am PDT.
We demand Congress act now to stop attacks on democracy:
- End the filibuster
- Pass all provisions of the For the People Act
- Fully restore the 1965 Voting Rights Act
- Raise the federal minimum wage to $15/hr
- Permanent protections, dignity & respect for all 11 million undocumented immigrants
Schedule of Events
July 21 @ 1pm CT – News Conference Announcing Georgetown-to-Austin March for Democracy
July 25 @ 4pm CT – Joint worship service at Community of Faith Church in Houston, TX with Greenleaf Christian Church and Friendship-West Baptist Church.
July 27 @ 6pm CT – Mass Meeting & Service: Launching the Georgetown-to-Austin Moral March for Democracy @ Christ Lutheran Church, 510 Luther Dr., Georgetown, TX
July 28-30 – March begins at 7am CT each morning and finishes for the day in the early afternoon
July 31 – March begins at 9am CT to the State Capitol for a mass rally at 10am CT
In the spirit of the Selma-to-Montgomery March of 1965, we are marching to send a message to Washington, D.C.: We demand the U.S. Senate and the White House act now to stop the attacks on our democracy. We want all of our rights, and we want them now! We must resist the extremist and monied powers that want to deny, abridge, and undermine all of our votes. The fight for voting rights and economic justice are one in the same. Join us for this historic march in Texas!
This march and rally is part of A Season of Nonviolent Moral Direct Action led by the Poor People’s Campaign and dozens of partners. Go to action.poorpeoplescampaign.org for more information and updates.
The Texas Poor People’s Campaign is working with these partners for the Georgetown-to-Austin March for Democracy. The list is growing every day!
Border Network for Human Rights/Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance, Black Voters Matter, Texas AFL-CIO, Workers Defense, Powered by People, Next Generation Action Network (NGAN), LUPE- La Union Del Pueblo Entero, Wilco Patriots, Nonviolent Austin, Personal Attendant Coalition of Texas/ADAPT of Texas, YWCA Greater Austin, Faith Forward Dallas, Friendship-West Baptist Church, Dallas, Community of Faith, Houston, Temple Beth Shalom, St. James’ Episcopal Church, Austin, TX, Proyecto Santiago, Beta Psi Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc, Clean Elections Texas, , Austin Airwaves, Texas Drought Project, ACT (Anti-racists Coming Together), Round Rock Black Parents Association, Interfaith Action of Central Texas, Wheeler Baptist Church, Houston, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Austin, ELCA World Hunger & Bread for the World, San Gabriel Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Georgetown, The Congregational Church of Austin, Coalition Against Pipelines, Pax Christi San Antonio, Unite Here Local 23, About Face: Veterans Against the War – South-Central Texas.