Rev. Barber Leaving NC NAACP

The vocal leader of the state NAACP is stepping down after 12 years at the helm. Reverend William Barber is resigning to help lead a new nationwide campaign, mimicking Martin Luther King, Junior's 1968 Poor People's Campaign. Barber intends to use the notoriety and experience gained in leading the "Moral Monday" protests to launch, what he calls, a "moral revival" in America.


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