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7 Directions of Service
Beloved Community Center
Black Voters Matter Fund
Black Workers for Justice
Carolina Amazonians United for Solidarity & Empowerment (CAUSE)
Common Cause North Carolina
Community United Church of Christ
Democracy Out Loud
Exodus Homes -Exodus Works
Forward Justice
Genesis Project INC
Health Care for All NC
Justice Coalition USA
Justice Served NC
League of Women Voters of North Carolina

League Womens Voters Criminal Justice Reform
Life is Worth Living/ Project Fresh Start
Men of Southeast Raleigh
Moore County NAACP
NC Budget & Tax Center
North Carolina Justice Center

OIC of Rocky Mount
Planned Parenthood Votes! South Atlantic
Pro-Choice North Carolina
Reentry (Elizabeth City)
Second Chance Alliance
St. John’s Metropolitan Community Church
Student Action with Farmworkers
The Freedom Center for Social Justice
Tyrrell County Community Development Corporation
UE Local 150, NC Public Service Workers Union

Union of Southern Service Workers (USSW)
Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of North Carolina
United for a Fair Economy
Veterans For Peace Eisenhower Chapter 157

Press Conference at the General Assembly, February 20

After launching a statewide Moral March to the Polls Mobilizing Tour in Charlotte, Hickory, and Asheville, the NC Poor People's Campaign, along with impacted folks and faith leaders, addressed the media in front of the General Assembly today advocating for the poor, voting rights, education, immigrants, LGBTQ equality, and more. After the press conference, the group visited lawmakers to delivery letters stating their demands. Watch the full press conference video at the bottom of this post....

News from Asheville Tour

From Blue Ridge Public Radio: The North Carolina Moral March to the polls mobilizing tour stopped in Asheville last night. Bishop William J. Barber II, national co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign, addressed many issues including wage disparity, Medicaid, and food insecurity. “This State Assembly has made it easier to get a gun than to get food,” Barber said. “Both U.S. Senators voted against living wages. Both of them voted against 320,000 people in this state. 372,000 in North Carolina...

Charlotte Moral Tour in the News

Video and Article from WSOC-TV: CHARLOTTE — Faith leaders and activists rallied in Charlotte and Hickory on Saturday to encourage low-wage workers to vote. North Carolina’s early voting period started on Thursday. Minister and activist Bishop Bill Barber launched a tour with the groups ‘Repairers of the Breach” and the N.C. Poor’s People Campaign. “We’re tired of our nation ignoring the poor, we’re tired of ignoring the needs that have gone unmet,” Rodney Sadler said. “We’re tired of focusing...

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