Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King's Poor People's Campaign arrived in DC. "They came by bus, mule cart, on foot; anyway they could," said the new PPC on Monday. "We walk in their footsteps and stand on the shoulders of those elders from 1968. We still sing, 50 years on." Once again coming by bus and foot, this time also by car, Metro and bike, though not by mule cart, hundreds gathered at the U.S. Capitol on Monday afternoon to launch “40 Days of Moral Action.” "We do not have a scarcity of resources," said Rev. William Barber. "We have a scarcity of will to do what is right." Local labor unions turned out as well; “Workers who were only able to see their lives improve by joining a union are here to send the message loud and clear that we will do whatever it takes ensure other working men and women can earn what they deserve,” said 32BJ SEIU Vice President Jaime Contreras. "We are here, we are strong."