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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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September 27, 2016: Community Leaders Rally Outside Fraternal Order of Police

Faith and Community leaders from the Greater Philadelphia area hold a racial justice rally outside of Fraternal Order of Police Headquarters in Northeast Philadelphia.

September 27, 2016: Peaceful Protest Outside Fraternal Order of Police Headquarters

Faith-based groups from Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs assembled outside of the Fraternal Order of Police headquarters for a peaceful protest. The group held signs and chanted, demanding an end to police brutality in Philadelphia and across the country.

September 27, 2016: Racial Justice Rally to Target Philadelphia Police Union

A Tuesday night racial justice rally organized by P.O.W.E.R, an interfaith organization consisting of over 60 congregations from the Greater Philadelphia area, will provide a collective voice of opposition to a bill supported by the FOP, which is widely characterized by activists as being anti-transparent, while featuring several speakers, including Mrs. Tanya Brown-Dickerson, the mother of the late Mr. Brandon Tate-Brown, who will address specific issues, such as stop-and-frisk, and, as described by a media advisory released from the group, “a culture of racism that disrespects minority police officers.”