Moral Monday Begins for Short Session

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Moral Monday protests for the legislature’s short session began this week. Many protestors covered their mouths to protest new rules approved last week limiting how demonstrators can voice their opinions in the General Assembly building.

Rev. Nancy Petty of Pullen Baptist Church and Rev. William Barber, with tape over their mouths, led the parade of protesters who walked two by two.

Karen Tam / Raleigh Public Record

Rev. Nancy Petty of Pullen Baptist Church and Rev. William Barber, with tape over their mouths, led the parade of protesters who walked two by two.

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Anca Stephan of Cary, with mouth covered with a sticker declaring North Carolina school teachers are 46th in the country when it comes to salaries.

Karen Tam / Raleigh Public Record

Anca Stefan of Cary, with mouth covered with a sticker declaring North Carolina school teachers are 46th in the country when it comes to salaries.

2 thoughts on “Moral Monday Begins for Short Session

  1. Hi. Thank you for documenting our movement. I, and many of us, are very grateful for your coverage. I just wanted to make a correction to my name – my last name is spelled Stefan, not Stephan, and I am pictured holding the “REPEAL ATTACKS ON PUBLIC EDUCATION AND TEACHERS” sign at the bottom.