- The Philadelphia Story Documentary: Cheri Honkala and the Kensington Welfare Rights Organization
- Takeover (1992): Cheri Honkala – Kensington Welfare Rights Takeover
- Members of Philadelphia’s Kensington Welfare Rights organization takeover a long abandoned building to create a community center and are arrested by the police. This is the beginning of the larger movement that is the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign.
- Dissolve Oppression: Cheri Honkala of Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign – Rosemary Williams
- Cheri Honkala and Rosemary Williams of the Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign interviewed about their experiences in the foreclosure and mortgage crisis.
- TheOOZE.TV: ThinkFwd: SE02EP13 – Cheri Honkala – Ending Poverty in America
- People are losing their homes daily, families are without running water, and living (or dying) without health care. Does this sound like a description of a third-world country? Perhaps. But it is straight from an interview with Cheri Honkala
- The Nation: Cheri Honkala – No American Should Be Poor
- It’s easy to subscribe to the belief that America doesn’t have enough resources for everyone to enjoy a high standard of living. But Cheri Honkala, one of the leading figures in the movement against poverty, said at this year’s Democracy Convention in Madison, Wisconsin that this is a false message. America is an extraordinarily wealthy country, and each resident can live well—but according to Honkala, this will take a shift in people’s attitudes towards wealth distribution and self-sacrifice.
- The Philadelphia US Social Forum
- The Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign was one of the anchor organizations along with Disabled In Action to plan the Philadelphia US Social Forum (USSF). The Philadelphia USSF that took place June 25-28, 2015 is a convergence driven by the understanding that people’s movements are what create social change. It is an opportunity for regional and issue-specific social justice projects to work toward broader unity. The goal is to map out action plans for a cohesive movement and organize to be on the offense against all forms of oppression.