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.
Hundreds are arrested in Washington, D.C., as they protest inequality and other pressing issues.
Thousands of activists and civil rights advocates gather in an effort to relaunch Martin Luther King's fight against poverty, war and income inequality.
A movement to bring poverty to the center of the political agenda kicks off Monday, and Truthdig is launching a reader-funded drive to help the website cover the story.
Civil rights leaders plan 40 days of marches, sit-ins and other peaceful protests to demand better homes, jobs and education for those in poverty.
A new coalition forms to advance the civil rights leader's call for “a radical redistribution of economic and political power.”