On August 13, thousands of low-wage workers from across the country marched on Richmond, VA, the former capitol of the Confederacy, to fight for racial and economic justice at the first-ever Fight for $15 National Convention. Rev. Dr. William Barber II, founding member of Repairers of the Breach and architect of the Moral Monday movement, delivered his address at the culmination of the march in sweltering temperatures.
It is a fiery sermon that brought the house down. Watch the video and share today!