moral monday arrests

The arrest of Ty Turner, who was attending a Moral Mondays-affiliated rally at a park in Charlotte, was particularly poignant
Barber, who is careful to avoid specifically targeting Republicans (though he did criticize the tea party and the American
By Marti Maguire RALEIGH, N.C., May 28 (Reuters) - Fourteen protesters were arrested on Wednesday morning after staging a
Thirty-nine people were arrested at the Georgia state capitol in Atlanta Tuesday as a coalition of organizations under the "Moral Mondays" banner urged state legislators to allow Gov. Nathan Deal (R) to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
Georgia's Moral Monday is one of several state coalitions that have formed since the Moral Monday movement in North Carolina
The coalition's press conference, scheduled to coincide with the legislature's second-to-last day in session, will focus
Those arrested faced criminal trespassing charges for refusing to leave the office of state Sen. Jesse Stone (R-Waynesboro
The protests have been coordinated by the North Carolina NAACP and other activist groups around the state. NAACP President
“The thing that became clear to me, through all the anger and hurt I was feeling for the lesser value the racialized Southern
Barber has been an increasingly visible force in North Carolina politics since he became head of the NAACP in 2005. A spokesman
Like many at Monday's protest, Tanya Glover, 34, who lives in Harnett County, a rural area outside of Raleigh, wore pink
The "Moral Monday" protests that have taken place at the North Carolina General Assembly building every week for the past
“I want the legislators who are intending to roll back our rights to hear our voice and know we’re not in favor of it,” Elizabeth
Gooslby went on to portray the crowd as "angry, aged former hippies" and members of the "Loony Left" who were "screeching
"There is no buzz. There's none," state Sen. Tom Goolsby (R) told WRAL over the echoes of chants from demonstrators when