Despite hailing from historically marginalized and impoverished communities, members of the movement have faith they will prevail against poverty.
Saturday's rally at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., marks the close of the first phase of the Poor People's Campaign, but organizers stress that the work has only just begun.
The fourth week of the growing Poor People's Campaign kicks off in Lansing, Mich., with protests for universal health care and against ecological devastation.
The second week of the campaign kicks off in Chicago, under the theme "Linking Systemic Racism and Poverty." But police are using an unconventional tactic to prevent a movement from building.
This movement has nothing to do with left or right, Democrat or Republican, conservative or liberal. It's all about right and wrong.