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Social Justice Poor People's Campaign

Join Us! The Poor People's Campaign Moral March on Washington and to the Polls on June 18

Date: 06/18/2022 (Sat.)
Time: 8:45 am - 2:00pm EDT
Location: Freedom Plaza, Washington DC

Oseh Shalom is joining with other Jewish congregations throughout the DMV to rally in Washington, DC on Saturday June 18 to demand public policies that address the needs of more than 140 million poor and low-wealth Americans. 

Please join the Oseh Shalom delegation to the March by filling out this form.  We will travel via Metro and meet at Freedom Plaza (details below). 

The interdenominational clergy team will lead the service Shabbat of Moral Movement: Poetry and Prayers to Renew the Prophetic Voice. We can expect a diversity of liturgy, plenty of music and a high level of ruach!  The family-friendly program begins at 8:45 AM and runs about 30 minutes. A number of Campaign leaders are participating and it should provide a great lead-up to our march down Pennsylvania Avenue at 9:30 AM. The main Rally site is at 3rd and Pennsylvania Ave NW (about 10 blocks from Freedom Plaza). The Rally is expected to last until 2 PM.


To get to Freedom Plaza, you can take the Metro to Federal Triangle or Metro Center. Please indicate if you plan to use Metro and which stop you'll be using (e.g. Silver Spring, Shady Grove, Greenbelt).

Will you need assistance to get to Shabbat service or to the rally point?  Please let us know.
Learn more about the Poor People's Campaign (PPC) at https://www.poorpeoplescampaign.org/about.
Frequently asked questions about the rally may be found here.
Read the flyer for a summary of the day!

Adults and children are welcome to join the March. Let us know how many people are attending.
Please indicate how you will get to Freedom Plaza.
If you are using a Metro station that is not listed, please provide the name in the comment section.
If you are traveling to Freedom Plaza another way, please indicate that in the comment section.
Thank you.
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