Rev. William Barber II speaks at The New Populism Conference in Washington on May 22.
Rev. William Barber, the leader of the Moral Mondays protests in North Carolina, where he is the president of the state chapter of the NAACP, presented an amazing speech about the movement to a "higher ground" for our economy and politics at the end of The New Populism Conference in Washington on May 22.
We want to help Rev. Barber spread what he has started in North Carolina. So we're asking you to support the Moral Mondays Movement Freedom Summer Project.
The Freedom Summer Project will train a new generation of leaders in how to spread Moral Monday-style movements in North Carolina and other states where Tea Party extremists have taken actions that threaten the economic well-being of working people, strip people of their voting rights, and deny all citizens equality under the law.
Join us in helping Rev. William Barber build a powerful anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-poverty, pro-labor, deeply moral fusion movement in North Carolina and throughout the country.
"Forward together, not one step back!"