Moral Monday

Julia Conley, staff writer
"We cannot continue to have a democracy that engages in the kind of policy violence that we see happening every day."
Democracy Now!
Barber is on a 15-state public event tour to address issues of systemic racism, poverty, militarism and ecological devastation.
"It is amazing to me that we’re having a conversation about Russian hacking,...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Rev. Dr. William Barber II, president of the NC NAACP, said that "any moratorium on civil rights is not a compromise, it is a contradiction with the principle of equal protection under the law and our moral values." (Photo: Harry Lynch/News and Observer)(Photo: Harry Lynch/News and Observer)
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Further

Shameless Inc: Someone tell Alabama's clueless Secretary of State it's not cool to use the anniversary of this country's foremost civil rights march - and its savage police response - to talk up photo IDs and other repressive moves targeting those marchers' descendants. The Rev. William Barber walked out because “too much blood is on the pews of that church and in these walls for us to sit there and not at least say, ‘Excuse me...you’re wrong.'”