Click here to see our list of partners for the March 2 Mass Assembly and Moral March

7 Directions of Service
Advance Carolina
Amnesty International, Local 213

Beloved Community Center
Black Voters Matter Fund
Black Workers for Justice
Carolina Amazonians United for Solidarity & Empowerment (CAUSE)
Carolina Jews for Justice
Church of Reconciliation (Chapel Hill)
Clean Water for North Carolina
Common Cause North Carolina
Community United Church of Christ
Democracy Out Loud
Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (ERUUF)
Ethical Humanist Society of Asheville

Exodus Homes / Exodus Works
The Freedom Center for Social Justice

Forward Justice
Genesis Project INC
Health Care for All NC
Justice Coalition USA
Justice Served NC
League of Women Voters of North Carolina

LWV Criminal Justice Reform
Life is Worth Living / Project Fresh Start
Men of Southeast Raleigh
Moore County NAACP
National Black Worker Center

NC Budget & Tax Center
NC National Organization for Women (NC NOW)
NextGen America
North Carolina A. Philip Randolph Institute, Inc
North Carolina Justice Center

OIC of Rocky Mount
Planned Parenthood Votes! South Atlantic
Pro-Choice North Carolina
Public Schools First NC / Great Schools in Wake
Reentry (Elizabeth City)
SANKOFA
Second Chance Alliance
SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective

St. John’s Metropolitan Community Church
Student Action with Farmworkers
Third Act NC

Tyrrell County Community Development Corporation
UE Local 150, NC Public Service Workers Union
UNC March for Our Lives

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

News from March 2 in Raleigh

From WRAL: With just three days remaining until Primary Day in North Carolina, a spontaneous surge drew thousands to downtown Raleigh. The objective: Mobilize impoverished and low-income North Carolinians and rally them towards the polling stations. On Saturday, resonant speeches reverberated...

March 2: Moral March on Raleigh Livestream

Watch the livestream from the March 2 Moral March on Raleigh and to the Polls, as Bishop William Barber, Repairers of the Breach, and the North Carolina Poor People's Campaign joined thousands of impacted North Carolinians, faith and community leaders, partners, organizers, volunteers, and...

Videos: New March 2 Promos

Our friends at Fusion Films created two new promos for the March 2 Mass Poor People’s and Low Wage Workers’ State House Assembly and Moral March on Raleigh and to the Polls. These promos use clips from messages by Bishop William J. Barber II, asking two important questions: "Can’t We Come...

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