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EVENTS 2015

2016  #MoralMarch on Raleigh/HKonJ




What is the Moral March on Raleigh? Find out here.
Will you join us on February 13th? RSVP here.
Do you want to take a bus with others from your community? Find buses here.
A Weekend of Activities
There will be a number of activities that you can participate in from February 12th to 14th!
Friday, February 12, 2016The Third Reconstruction: Moral Mondays, Fusion Politics, and the Rise of a New Justice MovementBook Launch
Rev. Barber and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove will be interviewed by NPR's Frank Stasio live about their new book followed by a Q&A with the audience. The event will be filmed live on CSPAN.
5:00 p.m.
Pullen Memorial Baptist Church | 1801 Hillsborough Rd. Raleigh, NC

Mass Meeting & Worship Service

Rabbi Fred Guttman will be the keynote speaker.
7:00 p.m.
1st Baptist Church, 101 S. Wilmington St. Raleigh, NC
Saturday, February 13, 2016Shabbat Worship Service
8:15 a.m.
Shaw University Chapel | S. Wilmington St. across from Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh

Moral March on Raleigh & HKonJ People's Assembly
2 E. South St. Raleigh, NC
9:00 AM | Opening Rally Begins
10:00 AM | March Begins
12:30 PM | People's Assembly Ends

Souls to the Polls Get-Out-The-Vote Training
Following the Moral March on Raleigh, there will be a Souls to the Polls training about how faith communities can register, educate, and mobilize their congregations and communities to the polls. More information to come. 
Sunday, February 14, 2016Do you love voting? Be a Valentine's Day volunteer with the Raleigh/Apex NAACP and register voters in Raleigh and Wake County on Sunday afternoon. If you are interested in participating, email Political Action Chair Barbara Smalley-McMahan at blsmcmahan@nc.rr.com.

Join the Social Media CampaignJoin the "I #MoralMarch" Social Media campaign on Facebook,Instagram and Twitter! Take a picture of yourself r your organization holding up a sign explaining why you #MoralMarch. Use the hashtag #MoralMarch and #OurTimeOurVote and mention us @ncnaacp. Stand up, speak out and let the world know why YOU #MoralMarch!

Click here to download a Facebook profile picture and a Facebook banner to help promote the Moral March! Scroll to the bottom of the page.


Moral March Logistics
WHEN TO ARRIVE
Please arrive at 8:30 AM to have time to walk from your car to the gathering location. People will be travelling across the state and nation to attend the Moral March. There will be traffic coming into Raleigh.

WHERE TO PARK YOUR CAR
There are parking garages all along Wilmington St. There will be trams transporting people from parking garages to the gathering location on South St. 

RIDE A BUS TO RALEIGH
Visit the Find Bus page to find a bus leaving from a location near you!

WHERE TO PARK YOUR VAN OR BUS

After you register your bus or van on the website, you will receive more information regarding parking.
SPANISH INTERPRETATION
There will be interpreters available to assist Spanish-speakers. More information to come.
WHAT TO BRING
Wear your organizational shirt and bring your signs and banners. Banners should be about voting rights. Please refrain from bringing signs with profanity or partisan language. Wear warm clothes and good walking shoes! It will be cold. 
WHAT IF I CANNOT MARCH?
There will be 2 trams available for people with disabilities and the elderly to ride from the initial gathering place on South St. to the stage on Fayetteville St. There will be seats available in front of the stage. The trams will also be used to transport people back to the bus drop-off on S. Salisbury St.  

Click here to read more.


















Min. Corine Mack with Ann Clark, CMS Superintendent