Charon Hribar is the Director of Cultural Strategies and Poor People’s Campaign Revivals Coordinator for the Kairos Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice. Over the past 15 years, Charon has been committed to the work of political education and leadership development. She has particular interest in developing the use of arts and culture for movement building with community and religious leaders across the country. Charon holds a Ph.D. in Religion and Society from Drew University. Her recent academic and movement building research explores the use of Poverty Truth Commissions to confront the structural violence of poverty in the United States and around the world. She currently serves as a lead advisor to the New Poor People’s Campaign’s Truth Commission on the Right to Not Be Poor. Charon is also a consultant with Beyond the Choir, a strategy and training collective working with social justice organizations to craft resonant messaging and plan strategic campaigns.