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North Carolina Moral Mondays Roll On With Themed Protests

At a time when most of America is politically quiescent, Moral Mondays are a regular feature of the progressive protest calendar in North Carolina.  As the summer looms, the North Carolina NAACP has a queue of themed protests to be staged at the complex of the NC General Assembly in Raleigh:

May 27 theme: Healthcare & Environmental Justice

June 10 theme: Women’s Rights Moral Monday

June 17 theme: Voting Rights

June 24 theme: Equal Protection Under the Law

If you’re there, do you plan to join in the action?

 

 

2 comments to North Carolina Moral Mondays Roll On With Themed Protests

  • oldfossile

    FREEDOM OF SPEECH. FREEDOM OF THE RIGHT TO ASSEMBLY (AS LONG AS IT ISN’T HOSTILE). Well, regardless

    of either I agree or not, the Constitution is an article that I am in agreements with.

  • Tom

    Too bad Obama and the Just Us Dept. don’t see the need for the Constitution any more – especially since it hampers corporations from maximizing their profits at the expense of the common environment and citizen health. Our human caused pollution is killing our species (and all the others we rely on for food), but we’ll keep up this “civilization” arrangement anyway, until one day it just won’t work because we’ve overpopulated and polluted our habitat to the point that growing food is impossible in the “new” atmosphere (and depleted soils) we’ve generated. Enjoy your days.

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