About "The National Congressional Voting Caucus for Human Rights International Organization": We Are The Hope for a More Perfect Union of Inclusion We Seek and Fight for as Exercising Our First Amendment Rights and Our Inalienable Rights Granted by God Invoking a National Call for Apostolic and Moral Revival for Equality...
In 1968, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Congressman John R. Lewis, and so many notable pioneers made the clarion call for a “revolution of values,” a call that still remains our duty to "get into 'good' trouble; necessary trouble in reclaiming the soul of America. They sought to build a broad, fusion movement that could unite poor and impacted communities across the country, who for all practical purposes were yet formulating the newly found wealth of galvanizing the mass through voting, peaceful protest and rallying for change in the highest regard. From the outhouse to the White House kept moving forward and not one step backwards; beaten but not defeated; jailed but no longer imprisoned in mind, and degridated, but never losing their righteous dignity to their call to action. Their name was a direct war cry from the underside of history's past of the American Slave Holocaust: Thus, The National Congressional Voting Caucus for Human Rights.
Today, the National Congressional Voting Caucus for Human Rights International: A National and International Call for a Apostolic Moral Revival has picked up their "blood shedding" unfinished work. From the deep South's North Carolina, to Alaska to Arkansas, spanning the Bronx to the border, people are coming together to confront the interlocking evils of systemic racism, poverty, ecological devastation, militarism and the elite war fearless waged to economy, and the distorted moral narrative of religious nationalism. We understand that as a nation we are at a critical phase on the war for equality to our Nation's vast economy built off the backs of slaves of yesteryear to slaves of today — for this cause The National Congressional Voting Caucus for Human Rights saw and acted upon the Apostolic need of a movement that will shift the moral narrative, impact policies and elections at every level of government, and build lasting power for poor and impacted people.
During the summer of 2010, from New Year's Day to the Summer Solstice, poor people and moral witnesses in 50 states committed themselves to a season of direct action to launch this Apostolic Moral Campaign Movement. What ensued was the most expansive wave of nonviolent civil disobedience in the 21st century United States. More than a series of rallies and actions, a new organism of state-based movements was born. Now, in over 50 states, the groundwork for a mass oppressed low and no wage earning people’s movement has emerged.
In June 2019, the NCVCHR in connection with many other like Movement Campaigns like the Poor People's Campaign convened over 1,000 community leaders in Washington, D.C. for the National Congressional Voting Caucus' Apostolic Moral Action Congress, which included the largest presidential candidates’ forum of the pre-debate season, the release of our Poor People’s Moral Budget, and a hearing before the House Budget Committee on the issues facing the 140 million poor and low-income people in the nation. Over the next nine months, we embarked on a 25+ state We Must Do P.O.W.E.R Tour (Mobilize, Organize, Register, and Educate), which led toward an unprecedented Digital Mass Voting Assembly and Apostolic Moral March on Washington on June 20, 2020 with several other Civil and Human Rights Organizations.
In the summer and fall of 2020, we demonstrated the power of poor and middle center-poor people to be agents of change in not just one election, but at the very soul of this democracy. In this time of significant danger and real possibility, a moral fusion movement is necessary to revive and advance our most precious Constitutional and moral values. But this can only happen if those who are impacted link up with other moral leaders and people of conscience to break through the silos of our work and the divisions that have been wrought in our communities. For where there is UNITY there is STRENGTH!
In the coming year, our ranks will increase as we broaden our efforts and stretch the banner of the National Congressional Voting Caucus for Human Rights International's Poor and Middle Poor People’s Apostolic Moral Campaign Movement all across this Nation and around the World: A National Call for Moral Revival even wider. We rise together because:
We rise to demand that the 140 million poor and low-income people in our nation — from every race, creed, color, sexuality and place — are no longer ignored, dismissed or pushed to the margins of our political and social agendas.
We rise not as left or right, Democrat or Republican, Red or Blue States, but as a moral fusion movement to build power, build moral activism, build voter participation, and we won’t be silent any more!
We rise to change the moral narrative and demand that the interlocking injustices of systemic racism, poverty, ecological devastation, the war economy/militarism and the distorted moral narrative of religious nationalism all be ended.
We rise to challenge the lie of scarcity in the midst of abundance.
We rise to lift the voices and faces of poor and low-income Americans and their moral allies with a new vision of love, justice, and truth for America that says poverty will be abolished and change will come NOW rather than later. How? by excercising our Constitutional Powers in Mass Voting; the likes in which this Country has never seen before.
If you believe it’s time to rise, join us in POWER!
We believe all Americans, Black, White, Brown and Yellow can embrace who they are,
can define their future under equal justice under law, equality and socioeconomic justice, and can change the world.
NCVCHR IS ACHIEVING THIS MISSION BY:
Facilitating the exchange of ideas and information to address critical issues affecting our communities.
Providing leadership development and scholarship opportunities to educate the next generation of leaders.
Promoting public health and financial empowerment for all communities through innovative programs.
Developing strategic research and historical resources for the public, academics, educators, and students.
Our mission of the National Congressional Voting Caucus for Human Rights International (NCVCHR) is to advance the global black, brown and poor white community by developing leaders, informing policy, educating the public, and advocacy.
We envision a world in which all communities have an equal voice in public policy through leadership cultivation, economic empowerment, and civic engagement regardless of the old establishment political parties centered agendas by remaining steadfastly nonpartisan as free Human creatures with certain rights Granted by our Creator.