SAVE THE DATE & GET ON THE BUS!
11th Annual Moral March on Raleigh
& HKonJ People’s Assembly
Saturday, February 11
Join the Asheville-Buncombe NAACP, Mountain People’s Assembly, NAACP Branches statewide, and thousands of people from across NC to stand together against the repeal of healthcare and the roll back of civil rights protections!
Get on the bus to the 11th Annual Moral March on Raleigh & HKonJ People’s Assembly. The bus departs Saturday, February 11 at 4:00 am.
Meet at 50 Martin Luther King Jr Dr (in front of MLK Park). Please plan to arrive by 3:45 am. We will depart promptly at 4:00 am. Bring food & beverages for the trip and your charged cell phone. Parking available on MLK Jr. Dr. The bus will be returning to Asheville between 6-7 pm.
To reserve your seat, contact email@example.com or purchase tickets via Paypal below by clicking on the ‘Donate’ link. Tickets are $40 round-trip and a limited number of subsidized tickets are available. Please email for more information.
You can also purchase tickets by check payable to Mountain Voices Alliance and mail to PO Box 8052, Asheville, NC 28814. DEADLINE FOR CHECKS TO BE RECEIVED IS FEB 9th.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to list the names of riders and cell phone numbers whether you purchase tickets online or by check.
Questions? Call 828-273-1781.
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.