Newark, NJ – On Tuesday, November 13th, the Peoples Organization for Progress is hosting a March and Rally for Jobs, …Read the Rest
Fire on the Moutain – 381 Days of Struggle, another milestone for the People’s Coalition for Jobs & Justice
On July 11 this past week, POP and the coalition we built of 179 supporting organizations achieving the milestone 381st day …Read the Rest
Video report from PIX 11 of POP MLK Memorial March and Rally. See photos here! These are a few pictures taken …Read the Rest
IN HONOR OF THE BIRTHDAY OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. & ON THE 203RD CONSECUTIVE DAY OF PROTEST FOR JOBS, PEACE, EQUALITY, AND JUSTICE
SAVE THE DATE IN HONOR OF THE BIRTHDAY OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. & ON THE 203RD CONSECUTIVE DAY …Read the Rest
Newark activists start 381-day protest calling on U.S. government to institute jobs program By David Giambusso/The Star-Ledger
“We are more than a half-century away from the Montgomery bus boycott, but we are dealing with issues just as pressing,” said Larry Hamm, chairman of the People’s Organization for Progress.
Peoples Organization for Progress (POP) will host a press conference to spotlight its ‘Daily People’s Campaign’ for ‘Jobs, Peace, Justice and Equality!’
WHEN: Thursday, August 11, 2011
WHERE: Lincoln Memorial, located at the Springfield Avenue and West Market Street intersection, Newark.
TIME: 12:00 PM
A group gathered on West 3rd Street in Plainfield on Saturday and marched from Grant Avenue to Monroe Avenue in protest of the street violence that has been plaguing the city. Plainfield has already had five murders this year and is on track to eclipse its current record of 15 killings recorded in 2005.
PRESS RELEASE – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “MARCH AND RALLY FOR JOBS, PEACE, JUSTICE and EQUALITY”
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
“MARCH AND RALLY FOR JOBS, PEACE, JUSTICE and EQUALITY”
WHEN: Monday, April 4, 2011, 5:30 PM
WHERE: Corner of Broad & Market Street(s), Newark, NJ
For more information call (973) 801-0001
Come out in solidarity with the nine newly subpoenaed activists who are being called before a secret grand jury in Chicago …Read the Rest
Larry Hamm, chairman of Newark-based People’s Organization For Progress, delivered a keynote speech, sending a strong message to youth and adults.
“It’s wonderful that our children have the day off from school. But it is not wonderful that none of his books are required reading in any of our secondary schools,” Hamm said at the podium during the annual event, which was co-sponsored by the Montclair Chapter of the NAACP, the Montclair African American Clergy Association and the Montclair Clergy Association.
Hamm told youngsters attending the event to stand up for what is right, even though it is easier said than done. He also told them to “live like King,” in a booming voice that commanded the attention of the crowd.
“You want to be doctors and you want to be lawyers, and that’s all right because you’ve got to make a living. But be a person that stands for truth. Be a person that stands for freedom. Be a person that stands for justice. Be a person that stands for equality.”