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The AFL-CIO and the Poor People's Campaign hosted the "A National Call for Moral Revival". Today marks the 57th anniversary of the tragic 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama. Four African American girls were brutally murdered as a result of this bombing. We must not forget their names: Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley, and Denise McNair. We must continue to fight systematic racial injustice to ensure equality for all.
Please click here to take the A 10-Point Pledge to Social, Racial and Economic Justice.
Click here to watch the A National Call for Moral Revival event with the AFL-CIO and the Poor People's Campaign.
CLUW President Elise Bryant held a candlelight vigil in commemoration to the four African American girls who died and many injured during the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama. Please click here to watch the "Candlelight Vigil to Support Racial Equality for All" video from President Elise Bryant.
Thank you for reading and continuing to support the fight for racial equality.