Five Questions With: Camilo Viveiros

"We encourage people to speak up for themselves and with others and to speak to legislators and administrators not only about their personal issues, but about the policies that impact them."
Camilo Viveiros is lead organizer for the George Wiley Center, a statewide multi-racial economic justice organizing project based in Pawtucket. The grassroots agency works with the low-income community to help ease energy insecurity and other issues that exacerbate poverty. Here, Viveiros discusses some of these issues and the ways the center is advocating for change.…

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