William Barber

Jake Johnson, staff writer
In an effort to bring national attention to "homegrown voter suppression" and to launch a campaign of " moral resistance " against Republican attempts to strip healthcare from millions, Rev. William J. Barber and other faith leaders marched in Washington on Friday just ahead of the anniversary of a 2013 Supreme Court ruling that effectively gutted...
Nika Knight, staff writer
The North Carolina state capitol building.
In the wake of the North Carolina Republican Party's anti-democratic grab for...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Republican lawmakers, who vowed to repeal HB2 in full after the city of Charlotte rescinded key portions of its non-discrimination ordinance earlier this week, backtracked on that promise during the special session Wednesday. (Photo: Harry Lynch/News and Observer)
Stay vigilant, boycott, and get revenge at the ballot box. That was the message...


If you just couldn't watch Hillary - and we get it - you might have missed the electrifying call by Rev. William Barber, head of North Carolina's NAACP and leader of its Moral Mondays, to embrace "a moral revolution of values" and continue fighting for progressive causes. Citing Jesus, "a brown-skinned Palestinian Jew" - and only briefly referencing Clinton - Barber proclaimed, "We must shock this nation with the power of love. We must shock this nation with the power of mercy."

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