The Kairos Center, housed at Union Theological Seminary, is a national organization committed to building a movement to end poverty, led by the poor. Drawing on the power of religions and human rights, they are a center for the following:
- Movement strategy
- Education among the poor across all lines of division
Among other projects, they co-anchor the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival.
Read more about the Kairos Center.
And, out of your charity, consider supporting the work of Aaron Scott at the Kairos Center. You can do this by making a donation to the Center and type “Aaron Scott” in the In Celebration, Honor, Memory of text box.
Why I support the Kairos Center
You often hear that people should pull themselves up by their own bootstraps. You can’t do that if you don not have any boots.
This ministry is giving people their boots so they can fight poverty and racism. It takes money to support the people doing this work.