Get to know Fabricio Rodriguez, our newest organizer on staff at POWER.
Rabbi Lauren from Kol Tzedek Synagogue discusses the significance of working against economic exploitation during the Jewish holiday of Passover.
Rev. Ernest Flores from Germantown Baptist Church reflects on the systems that set up poor and working class people in Philadelphia to fail, and how we can change it.
Rev. Sandra Brown on why she stays committed to POWER's work - even when it sometimes feels like too much.
A summary of the path towards the Living Wage Referendum and POWER's goals to guarantee it is passed by voters, implemented fully and effectively, and truly lifts thousands of Philadelphians out of "working poverty."
A reflection from a POWER Leader on City Council's passing of Living Wage Referendum bill.
Statement from POWER Press Conference following September 26th City Council Vote on Living Wage Referendum, by Reverend Linda Noonan of Chestnut Hill United Church
Faith Reflection by Bishop Dwayne Royster, Executive Director of POWER, shared with Summer Leadership Assembly on July 19, 2012.
Rabbi Eli Freedman, of Congregation Rodeph Shalom, reflects on a passage from Psalms for the High Holidays.
Bishop Dwayne Royster, pastor of Living Water UCC and POWER Executive Director, reflects on Isaiah 58
POWER is a member of The Partnership for Working Families, an organization that works to renew metropolitan economies across the nation.
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