Upcoming Events and Campaigns


Repairers of the Breach staff and volunteers conduct trainings, town hall meetings, panels, and participate in other activities with state-based moral movement leaders across the country. For a full list of events visit our Facebook event page by clicking here.

  • The Gathering: A Time For Reflection, Revival, & Resistance. The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II & Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove co-host a monthly program to equip communities with resources for faithful reflection and public action on moral issues. “The Gathering” includes an introduction to a moral issue, immersion in freedom songs that inform how we engage the issue, an interview with someone who is directly impacted by the issue, and a theological engagement with the issue that names a specific call to moral action.

    Live in Raleigh, North Carolina, “The Gathering” is livestreamed and podcast as a formation resource for individuals and communities. This resource is intended to serve as a multi-media "periodical" to connect and inform the Moral Movement. For a schedule of upcoming events, visit us on Facebook.

    If you are interested in attending "The Gathering" in-person or via livestream please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-gathering-a-time-for-reflection-revival-resistance-tickets-34682192371


Through the Groundswell petition platform, Repairers of the Breach launches regular digital campaigns to support state-based moral movements in their efforts to advance moral public policy agendas. We work to enlists moral activists in the fight against systemic racism, poverty, child poverty, extremism, denial of healthcare, voter suppression, environmental injustice, xenophobia, unchecked militarism, discriminiation towards LGBTQ people, sexism and our current moment in history. 


Repairers of the Breach is partnering with the Kairos Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice to spearhead a new Poor People's Campaign and new Poor Children's Campaign. Click here to learn more.



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