ADD YOUR NAME: We need Universal Basic Income
During his 1964 Nobel Peace Prize address, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said "there is nothing new about poverty. What is new, however, is that we have the resources to get rid of it."
MLK Jr. championed a universal basic income because he knew it was the simplest and most effective approach to ending poverty in America. At this moment, we are confronting an income inequality crisis, a generational poverty crisis, and an economy that is making it increasingly difficult for working families and middle class folks to get by. We need to introduce legislation in Congress that will tackle these issues at the scale they demand.
Add your name if you support bringing Universal Basic Income to a vote in Congress and eliminating poverty in America for good.