Together We Vote

POWER has officially kicked off our Together We Vote Campaign! As people of faith, we must represent a moral voice for values like good education for every child, jobs with fair pay, and racial justice.

Let’s make sure that THIS November, the voices of all faiths, races, and income levels are represented at the voting booth.


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Philadelphia Interfaith Group Expands POWER

Fresh off recent successes rallying urban Jewish, Muslim, and Christian congregations to enter the political fray,
one of Philadelphia's largest interfaith coalitions has now set its sights on the region...


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November 25, 2016: POWER planning new engagements

Philadelphians Organized to Witness, Empower and Rebuild (POWER) hosted a voter engagement debriefing to discuss next steps after the election of Donald Trump as president. Clergy and lay members recommitted themselves to the fight for social justice causes with improved strategies.

November 5, 2016: Black clergy to monitor city polls

At least 50 interfaith religious leaders from across Philadelphia and its neighboring counties wrote an open letter calling on Pennsylvanians to vote against “xenophobia, bigotry, misogyny and racism.” Local signees include Philadelphians Organized to Witness, Empower and Rebuild and Philadelphia NAACP President Rodney Muhammad.

November 4 2016: Black leaders outline network to report voting problems

Leaders from Philadelphians Organized to Witness, Empower and Rebuild, the NAACP and the Black Clergy of Philadelphia and Vicinity are encouraging people to vote on Election Day and noted efforts to monitor any problems.