MoMo Using ‘Youth Initiative’ Again – #NCpol #BlueprintNC

Despite a recent defeat in court, Moral Monday (MoMo) seems to be stuck on the same ‘voting rights’ tune and plan to use their ‘youth initiative’ to promote their cause.

On Wednesday, Jan. 6, Rev. Dr. William Barber outlined a joint campaign launched by the North Carolina chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and Democracy NC to empower voters through supporting access to voting and providing education on key issues.


Initiatives planned for the campaign include a voter registration campaign from Dec. 1 to Feb. 19, a Mountain Moral Monday event in Asheville on Jan. 25, a statewide rally in Raleigh on Feb. 13, a voter guide detailing statewide candidates’ stands on issues of concern to NAACP and its partners and a Freedom Summer II statewide youth initiative. Barber said the coalition will be conducting get-out-the-vote efforts in 90 North Carolina counties, with intensive efforts planned for 55 counties. The campaign will organize moral marches to the polls during early voting and on election day. “We intend to have a thorough, organized effort throughout the state,” explained Barber., 01/06/16

Moral Marches, ya’ll!

Reminder: This rhetoric is coming from the “keep religion out of politics” crowd.

Reminder: The ‘Summer II youth’  are paid protesters.

Reminder: Democracy NC is anything but non-partisan nor do they seem interested in clean elections.

Reminder: The funding for these groups for their assault on North Carolina is Dark Money.

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2 Responses to MoMo Using ‘Youth Initiative’ Again – #NCpol #BlueprintNC

  1. Betty Peters says:

    Will you be going to the EPC in St Louis? Did I send you my info on the Hunt Inst and the Columbia Group?

    Betty Peters 334 794 8024 or 334 701 9810 Kinsey AL >


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