Join the Alamance NAACP on Saturday, February 11th and ride our buses to attend the Eleventh Annual NC NAACP Moral March on Raleigh and HKonJ People’s Assembly!
The Moral March on Raleigh is part of a love and justice movement. We fight for an intersectional agenda to support public education, economic sustainability, workers’ rights and livable wages, health care for all, Medicaid expansion, environmental justice, equal protection under the law without regard to race, immigration status, gender, gender identity or sexual orientation, voting rights for all, and criminal justice.
This year’s annual people’s assembly will be held in the wake of the election of Donald Trump and the political coup by our extremist legislators to limit the power of Governor-elect Roy Cooper. We will continue our fight to challenge and expose the immoral and unconstitutional policies supported and passed by former-Governor Pat McCrory, Speaker Tim Moore, Senate Leader Phil Berger and other extremists in the NC General Assembly.
GET YOUR HKONJ MORAL MARCH BUS TICKET ONLINE! Make your bus reservations for a $10.00 donation online at alamancenaacp.wordpress.com/tickets. Purchase tickets online while they last, but no later than Wednesday, February 8th. You can also donate to reserve your tickets in person or by mail. See below.
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WHAT: ANAACP bus mobilization to the NAACP HKonJ Moral March in Raleigh
WHEN: Saturday, February 11, 2017, we will depart at 7:30 am
WHERE: Alamance Community College, parking lot F, 1247 Jimmie Kerr Rd., Graham, NC
CONTACT: Noah Read, ANAACP Community Coordinator – 336.365.8536 or email@example.com
On Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 7:00 am, we will begin boarding our round-trip buses to Raleigh. We will depart from Alamance Community College in Graham, NC, at 1247 Jimmie Kerr Road. We will arrive in downtown Raleigh by 9:00 am to begin gathering at 2 East South Street. The 1.1 mile march to Fayetteville St. will begin at 10:00 am, after which will begin the Mass People’s Assembly on the doorstep of the State Capitol. We will return to the Alamance Community College parking lot by 3:00 pm. We will march rain or shine. Bring comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothing. Please pack what you will need. We will not provide food or beverages. Special transportation for elderly and disabled persons will be provided at the event. Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. No arrests or civil disobedience are planned.
FOR BUS TICKETS: You can make your reservations online, by mail or in person. You can also donate tickets or request a donated ticket. Find information below.
RESERVE A BUS TICKET ONLINE: Find a link at our website on the “tickets/donations” page to make a suggested $10.00 donation by credit card. Purchase tickets online while they last, but no later than Wednesday, February 8th.
RESERVE A BUS TICKET BY MAIL: Mail a $10.00 check or money order, postmarked no later than Monday, Feb 5, 2017, to NAACP, PO Box 1557, Burlington, NC 27216. Note “for HKonJ bus tickets”. Please include a name, cell number and email address for each reserved ticket.
PICK UP TICKETS IN PERSON: We will schedule a convenient in-person ticket pick up. Contact information below.
DONATE A BUS TICKET: If you cannot attend, but would like to make it possible for others to attend, you can donate tickets. Find a link at our website on the “tickets/donations” page or follow the requests here for mailing or in-person pickup. Note “for donated HKonJ bus tickets”.
NEED A TICKET? Don’t let the donation keep you from joining us. We have a limited number of donated seats for those in financial need. Contact information below.
For information or tickets, contact Community Coordinator Noah Read at 336.365.8536 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donations to reserve you or someone else a bus ticket is non-refundable. Donations or gifts to this NAACP Unit are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes.
Find more information about the HKonJ March and People’s Assembly at hkonj.com.