Poor People's Campaign rally in US calls for 'moral revival'

Poverty, immigration and racism were among the issues that dominated a mass rally of activists and their supporters in Washington, DC, on Saturday.


    Poverty, immigration and racism - these were just some of the social issues that dominated a mass demonstration in the US capital.

    The protest is part of a larger movement that has its roots in the civil rights era of half a century ago.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from Washington, DC.


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