National Education, Organizing, Arts and Culture Center
Education for Empowerment
The Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign (PPEHRC) is the nation’s largest organization working to end poverty that is actually led by poor people. We are a coalition of over 125 poor people’s groups and allies from across the country. At our new National Center in Philadelphia we will connect poor people and their organizations with media professionals, artists, students, social workers, members of the religious community, teachers, and labor leaders to provide critical exchanges that develop the leadership, analysis, strategy, relationships, resources, and skills necessary to build the movement to end poverty.
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Anyone may attend our free school. Classes are available in Spanish. Please contact us now for more information and to register for any of these courses:
Zero Evictions and Foreclosures
Stay in your home after it’s been foreclosed. When other options don’t work, use nonviolent civil disobedience to challenge the banks, resist eviction, and build community support to keep your house.
Pick an issue, launch a campaign, mobilize the community, and win victories.
Media and Communication
Use independent and corporate media to successfully share your story with the world.
Nonviolent Civil Disobedience
Use nonviolence to dramatize and escalate your struggle, pressure power holders, and win change.
Youth Empowerment(for youth participants and allies)
Support youth leadership and be a young leader in your community.
Contact the School
PPEHRC National Education, Organizing, Arts and Culture Center
1542 E. Montgomery Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19125