Summer of Moral Resistance | Moral Monday Schedule

April 29th | Moral Monday Reunites | NC General Assembly, Raleigh

May 4 | Chatham/Lee County Moral Monday | Sanford, NC

May 13 | Labor Rights & Living Wages Moral Monday | NC General Assembly, Raleigh

May 18 | Pitt County Moral Monday | Greenville, NC

May 27 | Healthcare & Environmental Justice | NC General Assembly, Raleigh

June 1 | Mecklenburg County Moral Monday | Charlotte, NC

June 10 | Equal Protection Under the Law Moral Monday | NC General Assembly, Raleigh

June 15 | TBA

June 17 | Women's Rights Moral Monday | NC General Assembly, Raleigh

July 6 | Voting Rights March | Winston-Salem, NC

**This list is not comprehensive. We will notify supporters of additional Forward Together Moral Movement actions through our Facebook page, website, and email list.

Confirmation of Loretta Lynch


Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II's Statement Regarding the U.S. Senate 56-43 Vote Confirming NC Native Daughter Loretta Lynch as Top Law Enforcement Official in the Nation 

DURHAM, NC: Today, after more than 165 days since she was nominated, the Senate brought U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch's confirmation as the next U.S. Attorney General to the floor for a vote. In a 56-43 vote, the Senate confirmed Lynch to be the next U.S. Attorney General and first ever African American woman to serve in this role. 

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II, President of the NC NAACP, has issued the following statement: 

This is a day for shouting and celebration for America, with the confirmation of U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and a day of shame and condemnation in North Carolina for Senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis, who chose to vote against her confirmation. 

America moves forward and they continue to move backwards. 

Read more

Loretta Lynch AG nomination drags on, leaving her supporters to question why

By Victor Blackwell / CNN

Published April 12, 2015

Durham, North Carolina (CNN)President Obama's nomination of Loretta Lynch to become the country's first African-American woman attorney general is a historic pick. Her confirmation, however, is now taking on new historical relevance as her wait for a confirmation vote by the full Senate drags into its sixth month.

The period between the Senate Judiciary Committee's vote to confirm and the full Senate vote -- which in Lynch's case has not been scheduled -- has lasted longer for her than for any attorney general nominee in recent history. By the time the Senate returns from Easter recess on Monday, it'll have been longer than the eight previous nominees for the job -- combined.

Click here to read the full article and watch the video.

Moral Monday Returns Conference Call

I invite all Moral Monday Arrestees, HKonJ Partners, NC NAACP members, and supporters of the Forward Together Moral Movement to join us on a conference call this Friday to discuss the upcoming event Moral Monday Reunites on Wednesday, April 29th

Moral Monday Returns Conference Call
Friday, April 24, 2015
8:00 PM
Phone Number: (530) 881-1212
Meeting ID: 762-504-921#

You are especially encouraged to join the call if you or someone you know is interested in engaging in civil disobedience this summer. 

T-shirts - NAACP Youth&College Division

Reminder: If you ordered a t-shirt, make checks out to: "North Carolina NAACP Youth and College Division". Please mail to: 114 West Parrish Street, Durham, NC, 27707, Attn: North Carolina NAACP.

Don't forget to respond to the email you recently received and give us your address if you would like your order mailed to you. Depending on your location, there may be a slight additional shipping cost.  

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