Once again, taking to the streets for justice:
The North Carolina NAACP’s biggest march of the year returns Saturday amid a bitter political climate that’s resulted in large protests almost weekly. The Moral March on Raleigh and HKonJ People’s Assembly is now in its 11th year, and if the crowds at the recent Women’s March and other events are any indication, it could draw a record crowd.
On the agenda: Rallying support for the Affordable Care Act amid Republican efforts to repeal the health law known as Obamacare, as well as opposition to President Donald Trump’s plans to build a Mexican border wall and his immigration order – which the president of the state NAACP, the Rev. William Barber II, says is “nothing more than a Muslim ban.”
It’s unfortunate (and by “unfortunate” I mean piss-poor planning) the NCDP SEC meeting and HKonJ were scheduled to coincide, because fusion simply can’t happen when elements are separated from each other. Not to put too fine a point on it, but timing is an integral facet of strategic thinking, and opportunities lost are just that. Lost. Sermon over, here’s some pictures: