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
Women have no right to control their own bodies. Workers have no right to earn enough to live on. Children have no right to eat. Unprivileged citizens have no right to vote. People of color have no right to organize. Same-sex couples have no right
Moral Mondays have become a North Carolina tradition. With the spring of every new year and the convening of the North Carolina State Legislature, citizens who support reproductive rights, the freedom to marry, the right to vote, public financing of elections, citizen control, public schools, health
Thanks to frequent visitor Bill for alerting me to the latest development in the “Moral Mondays” protests against conservative regression in North Carolina. From August 22 to August 28 the North Carolina NAACP is holding a “Moral Week of Action” with daily rallies in Raleigh.
Earlier today, blogger Docdawg reflected on his participation in the second year of weekly “Moral Mondays” protests held in Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina: “In the face of Moral Mondays’ incessant reminders of NC voters’ discontent and revulsion, state Republicans (not too long
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech…” — First Amendment to the United States Constitution The North Carolina Legislature’s Legislative Service Commission, controlled by Republicans, has hastily passed a new
Political campaigns in the modern era commonly use demographic targeting to conserve resources, appealing to certain portions of the population and largely writing off others: J. Brian O’Day explains: The point of targeting is to determine which subsets of the voting population are most likely