Moral Week of Action – Why You Should Be There!

Not sure why we need a Moral Week of Action – or why you should be there?

Watch the video below:

Friday, August 22 – Thursday, Aug 28

Join us for seven consecutive days of action at the North Carolina State Capitol to expose and challenge the destructive laws coming out of Raleigh. Every day for one week, we will gather outside the offices of power and demand that Gov. Pat McCrory, House Speaker Thom Tillis and Senate Leader Phil Berger repent and repeal their public policy attacks on North Carolinians’ civil and human rights. We are fighting for the type of democracy that places the common good at the center of public policy!

Each day we will emphasize several urgent issues, but all justice-loving people are encouraged to attend all the days. On the final day,Thursday, August 28, the 51st Anniversary of the March on Washington, we will hold a mass rally on Bicentennial Mall for voting rights and voter mobilization – the Vote Your Dreams, Not Your Fears Rally – at 5:30 pm.

Aug Moral Monday

Don’t forget to RSVP on Facebook!


Friday, 8.22 – Labor Rights, Fair and Living Wages, and Economic Justice

Saturday, 8.23 – Education and Criminal Justice

Sunday, 8.24 – Equal Protection under the Law: Call for Respect in the Law and in the Community regardless of race, creed, class, gender, sexual orientation and immigration status

Monday, 8.25 – Youth Moral Monday

Tuesday, 8.26 – Women’s Rights

Wednesday, 8.27 – Medicaid Expansion, Health Care and Environmental Justice

Thursday, 8.28 – Vote Your Dreams, Not Your Fears Mass Rally for Voting Rights


Forward Together, 

Not One Step Back!

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