Sister Simone Campbell
Sister Simone Campbell has served as Executive Director since 2004 of NETWORK, the lobby for Catholic social justice. 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 of economic justice, immigration reform, and healthcare. Among many other achievements, in 2012 she was instrumental in organizing the “Nuns on the Bus” tour of nine states to oppose the “Ryan Budget” approved by the House of Representatives.
Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III
The Rev. Otis Moss III is the senior pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, former church of President Obama. He is a leading Christian activist and cultural critic, part of a new generation of ministers committed to preaching prophetically that the message of love and justice are inseparable companions. Rev. Moss believes net neutrality is essential for justice work in America.The Rev. Otis Moss III is the senior pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, former church of President Obama. He is a leading Christian activist and cultural critic, part of a new generation of ministers committed to preaching prophetically that the message of love and justice are inseparable companions. Rev. Moss believes net neutrality is essential for justice work in America.
Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II
Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II, noted leader in North Carolina of the Moral Mondays protests and President of the North Carolina NAACP explains net neutrality is an important social justice issue. “An open internet is vital for our organizing efforts here in North Carolina, and around the country.”
Rev. J. Bennett Guess
The Rev. J. Bennett Guess, national officer of the United Church of Christ, explains why the UCC, a media justice advocate for more than 50 years, is in this fight.”Today’s media justice fight – to ensure an open internet is for ALL the people. The internet is a public space where each of us has an equal voice, and it should be kept that way. Net Neutrality matters to ensuring our democracy.”
Helen Osman is the Secretary for Communications for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. As secretary of communications for the USCCB, she explains in her video shot on the roof of the Vatican that the Open Internet helped bring Pope Francis’ message to the world.
Rev. Jennifer Bailey
Reverend Jen Bailey is an ordained minister at the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the oldest historically African-American denomination in the United States. Jen is also the founder of Faith Matters Network (FMN), a multi-faith alliance dedicated to building the power and capacity for people of faith to transform social and economic systems. Their mission is to catalyze a faith-led revolution in values and worldview that places at its center a commitment to economic justice.