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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/02/16
"We will not tolerate abuse of children at the hands of MOA security or members of law enforcement. What happened to the child in question was completely unwarranted, unnecessary and traumatic. The security personnel in question must be held accountable for their abuse of a child," said Nekima Levy-Pounds, President of the Minneapolis NAACP.
BY staff | Tallahassee, FL | 3/07/14
More than 200 people from Jacksonville, Orlando and Miami met at the steps of The Old Capitol in Tallahassee for Florida’s first Moral Monday rally, March 3.
BY Kosta Harlan | Chapel Hill, NC | 9/21/11
A diverse group of over 120 students braved heavy rains to rally on UNC Chapel Hill's campus, Sept. 21, in protest of the scheduled execution of Troy Davis. The students held signs saying "I am Troy Davis", "Stop the execution", and "Abolish the death penalty".
BY Kosta Harlan | Raleigh, NC | 2/15/11
Over 4000 people marched in downtown Raleigh on Feb. 12 for the 5th annual Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ) protest, organized by the NAACP and the HKonJ Coalition, which is composed of 107 civil rights, religious and social justice organizations.
BY Kosta Harlan | Raleigh, NC | 6/16/10
Four activists were arrested during a Wake County Board of Education meeting, June 15, as the struggle to stop the resegregation of Wake County schools intensifies. The civil disobedience action was carried out to protest a 5-4 vote by Wake County's majority conservative board to end Wake's busing program.
BY Kosta Harlan | Raleigh, NC | 2/22/09
Over 4000 people, the majority African American, marched in downtown Raleigh, Feb. 14, in a show of force organized by the North Carolina NAACP.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 9/21/07
Outraged people are raising their voices, marching in the streets and rallying on campuses across the country to support the Jena Six.
Jena 6, NAACP, nooses
BY Kosta Harlan | Raleigh, NC | 10/28/06
Raleigh sanitation workers changed tactics, after months of protests to city management fell on deaf ears.
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