The national leader of the revitalized Poor People’s Campaign, Rev. William Barber, will lead a rally in Frankfort on Monday. “Reverend William Barber has gained national attention leading a revitalized civil rights movement aimed at galvanizing a diversity of citizens around a few major issues that include – poverty, health care, voting rights, systemic racism and environmental devastation. Rev. Megan Huston is pastor of First Christian Church in Bowling Green and says Monday’s rally with Rev. Barber kicks up the pace of the Poor People’s Campaign in Kentucky.