AL: MY BROTHER

July 18, 2017 Mary Thatch 0

The name of the documentary I’m in pre-production for is “Al: My Brother,” and it is about veteran civil rights activist and attorney Al McSurely, best known as a close adviser to NCNAACP Pres. Rev. William Barber. […]

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NCNAACP leader decides to stay until October

June 29, 2017 Mary Thatch 0

“I cannot, and will not, seek another term as state president, but for the stability of the movement in these transitional moments, I will stay, with God’s help, until a new president is elected to lead the NCNAACP in October, the civil rights leader said in a statement Sunday. […]

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NC NAACP THREATENS CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE IN VOTE COUNT

December 1, 2016 Mary Thatch 0

“We believe either attempting to stack the Supreme Court or deciding the governor’s race in the legislature is, and would be a major civil rights violation of the right to vote and equal protection under the law,” Rev. Barber told hundreds of demonstrators during Monday night’s Moral Monday march and rally at the state Capitol in Raleigh “We pledge to fight with every legal and moral tool we have, including if necessary, mass civil disobedience.” […]