Join the NC NAACP, the North Carolina Council of Churches, and coalition partners for this weekend’s Moral March on Raleigh and HKonJ People’s Assembly.
A Mass Meeting and Worship Service
Friday, February 7, 7 p.m.
Abundant Life Christian Center
4400 Old Poole Road, Raleigh
Keynote speaker is Bishop W. Darin Moore, Presiding Prelate of the Western Episcopal District and the NC Conference of the Eastern North Carolina Episcopal District, with NC NAACP President Rev. Dr. William J. Barber presiding. The service is open to people of all faiths and to those who do not participate in a faith tradition. This is a call for humility, prayer, redemption, solidarity, endurance and spiritual connection as part of the moral, civil, and human rights tradition, and the prophetic journey toward justice.
Service of Repentance and Consecration
Saturday, February 8, 8 a.m.
Front of the General Assembly Building
16 West Jones Street, Raleigh
Clergy leaders from various faith traditions will lead songs, prayers, and litanies highlighting the faithful call to speak on public policy issues. Organized by the NCCC.
Moral March on Raleigh and HKonJ People’s Assembly
Saturday, February 8, 9:30 a.m. Assembly; 10:30 a.m. March
Beginning at Shaw University and continuing to Fayetteville Street
The March began in 2006 as a coalition of organizations committed to a progressive and just North Carolina. In the ensuing years, HKonJ has grown to more than 150 partners and in 2014 is building on the tremendously successful Moral Monday rallies from this past summer.
This is an opportunity for anyone committed to policies and decisions that serve all of North Carolina’s people to have their voices heard in solidarity with others.
If you are interested in marching behind the Council’s banner, we will gather near the McDonald’s at 105 East South Street beginning at 9:30.
Saturday attendees are encouraged to allow extra time for travel because of a road race in the area between NC State University’s main campus and Peace Street.
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