The Women's Economic Agenda Project (WEAP) is committed to attaining economic human rights for all people. In a land of abundance, there is no reason anyone's basic human needs should not be met. WEAP is diligently working to organize the poor, low-income workers, and unemployed into a movement to achieve a vision of a world without poverty and despair, a world that Martin Luther King Jr. dreamed of in his Poor People's Campaign of 1968.
US Courts of Women – New Film Shows a Community of Activism, Renewal, Healing and a New Vision for America
The energy was undeniable. You could see its cathartic healing on people’s faces and in their walk as we came together to speak and to focus on the women and their experiences that were at the heart of the US Courts of Women, Western Region.
The solution is Improved Medicare for All
After the November election, there will be a major effort in Congress to pass a budget deal that will make cuts in Social Security, raise the Medicare and Social Security eligibility age, and perhaps more–unless we act to stop it with a solution that is close at hand.