Philly is Charlottesville March and Rally

We're unmasking white supremacy in Philadelphia.
Let's stand with freedom fighters in Charlottesville and pull back the veil on injustice within our own borders.


Join our Movement

POWER is an interfaith organization committed to implementing systemic change for the betterment of PA communities.
We represent populace transcending borders across race, faith, income level, and neighborhood.


Campaign to Change Live Stop

Have you every been stopped by the Philadelphia police and immediately towed? We want to learn about your experience. POWER is collaborating with New Sanctuary Movement to change the way this unduly harsh policy is applied.


Welcome to the POWER Family!

We are pleased to announce the newest members
of our organizing family, Sheila Armstrong, Lena Glickman, and Jordan Ford.



July 18, 2017: Group continues to press its support for Obamacare

POWER Metro leaders rallied outside U.S. Rep. Pat Meehan’s office with community members affected by Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act to highlight the importance of affordable and accessible health care for all people as an act of justice, fairness, and equality. (Read Article)

June 30, 2017: Philly communities of faith banding together for justice

The Philadelphia community of faith is getting stronger. Led by broad-based interfaith justice organizations like Philadelphians Organized to Witness, Empower & Rebuild, communities of faith are crossing lines of religion, race, neighborhood, and income level to build a more just city and country together. Empowered by deep relationships and hope rooted in our moral traditions, we are showing up for each other more and more in our times of need. (Read Article)

June 27, 2017: Local Democrats Aim at Pat Toomey Amid Healthcare Vote Delay

POWER calls on members and allies to continue standing with those who will lose care under the ACA repeal and Medicaid cuts. Our communities need quality, affordable health coverage, not tax breaks for the wealthy and insurance companies. POWER Clergy spoke and held prayerful space throughout the vigil. (Read Article)