Sister Simone Campbell has served as Executive Director of NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice since 2004. She is a religious leader, attorney, and poet with extensive experience in public policy and advocacy for systemic change. In Washington, she lobbies on issues that help “mend the gaps” in income and wealth in the U.S., focused specifically on how they disproportionately affect people of color and women. Around the country, she is a noted speaker and educator on these public policy issues
We Get Results – interview with Sister Simone Campbell from Nuns on the Bus
Written by pennygolden on March 26, 2019
AIRTIME: 3/26/2019 – 1 pm
SHOW: We get RESULTS with Mary Singer Albertson
Special Guest Sr. Simone Campbell of Nuns on the Bus. Sr. Simone will join RESULTS activists this Sunday March 31 to speak on Mendin,g the Gap-Why do so many people feel left behind.?
You’re invited to a inspiring event with Sister Simone Campbell who brought the Nuns of the Bus to call attention to poverty in towns and cities across the country. Sister Simone has insights into the problems with income inequality and poverty and possible solutions. You can also learn more about RESULTS which has been fighting hunger and poverty for 38 years. This event is on Sunday, March 31st in the afternoon in Ann Arbor. Remember that parking is free in Ann Arbor on Sundays.
Nuns on the Bus is a Catholic advocacy group in the United States. Their name comes from the fact that they tour the country on a bus. Led by Sister Simone Campbell, they place emphasis on the church’s long-standing commitment to social justice. In different years, the nuns have tackled different themes
Visit their site at https://networklobby.org/