Bishop William Barber on the “Moral Case for a Ceasefire” in Gaza

Bishop William Barber, co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign, talks about “the moral case for a ceasefire” in Gaza and why he joined a group of Christian leaders for a vigil outside the White House in November demanding action from President Biden. “We must speak as one voice — Christians, Muslims and Jews — to say the indiscriminate killing of women and children in this war is immoral,” Barber says., Hi there, This month Democracy Now! turns 28. Since our very first broadcast in 1996, Democracy Now! has been committed to bringing you the stories, voices and perspectives you won’t hear anywhere else. In these times of war, climate chaos and elections, our reporting has never been more important. Can you donate $10 to keep us going strong? Right now, a generous donor will DOUBLE your donation, making it twice,2024-02-12 13:56:00,Read More