SAVE THE DATE!
MORAL MARCH ON RALEIGH SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13
Join us for the 10th Annual Moral March on Raleigh
for a mass Get-Out-The-Vote Mobilization!
Buses will be leaving from Asheville and tickets are $40 per person. For more information, visit our Facebook page here. Or purchase tickets by using the PayPal “Donate” button at the bottom of this page.
MORAL MONDAY Town Hall with Rev. Dr. William Barber –
CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER/ROAD CONDITIONS
Due to remaining snow and ice on many WNC roads, the Moral Monday Town Hall featuring Rev. Dr. William Barber that was scheduled at Hill Street Baptist Church for Monday, January 25 will be cancelled and rescheduled to a future date TBD. As soon as a new date can be arranged, we will advise all via email and Facebook.
If you know of others who were planning to go, please let them know.
Get Out The Vote Training – Canvass & Registration
YOUR help is needed to Get Out The Vote!
Sat. Jan 30, 10 – 11:30 am – Asheville-Buncombe County NAACP in coalition with Democracy NC, will host a special non-partisan G.O.T.V. Training in the sanctuary of Hill Street Baptist Church at 135 Hill St in Asheville. A Voter Registration/Canvass Drive will follow immediately after the training.
Completed registration forms to be turned in at the YMI, 39 S. Market St. starting at 1:45 pm (at the corner of Eagle & Market Streets). Stay to share insights on the action, debrief and learn more about future actions including future opportunities to engage voters. This is a critical election cycle and only massive numbers of people engaging in this work will get the future we want for NC and our country! Please reply if you plan to participate by emailing Darlene Azarmi email@example.com or call 828-216-3430. Connect with the event on Facebook here.
Thank You for Supporting the
Forward Together Moral Movement!
“This is no momentary hyperventilation and liberal screaming match. This is a movement. Instead of depressing us, they’ve made us determined to fight. Instead of dividing us, they have united us.” – Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II – Pres. NC NAACP
As a partner with the HKonJ coalition, the Mountain People’s Assembly unites with other coalition organizations to visibly challenge the extremist attacks on voting rights, economic justice, public education, equal protection under the law, and more.
The coalition pushes back against radical ultraconservative legislation which violates the rights of children, African Americans, Hispanics, women, LGBTQ individuals, and other marginalized groups.
The nonpartisan movement holds all lawmakers accountable to the 14-Point People’s Agenda, while rallying around the theme: “Forward together, not one step back!”
The HKonJ Coalition has worked to transform the 14-Point People’s Agenda into comprehensive reform bills that have been introduced in legislative sessions.