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Nov 15 ~ Charlotte View: Moral Monday/Forward Together Movement

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Charlotte View openly welcomes Rev. Dr. Rodney S. Sadler, Jr., who has been hard at work in our Charlotte community bringing the message of the Forward Together/Moral Monday Movement. Along with Rodney we welcome Rev. Kojo Nantambu and Mr. Joel Segal. They are here to be the voice of many other leaders in our community, and to share to all our listeners and followers the reason why they have adopted the mission to spread the word, to encourage the elected officials to do the right thing, and to inspire those in their networks to bear witness in these trying times for North Carolina.
Issues the movement is recognized for and the information we will include in this interview are:

  • The origins, mission and vision of the Movement
  • The challenges, experiences and successes
  • The most important issues they are fighting for at the moment, like:
    • requesting that Governor McCrory call a special session of the General Assembly and authorize the expansion of Medicaid in our state for some 500,000 people in accordance with the Affordable Care Act.
    • Resumption of Unemployment Benefits in North Carolina
  • The upcoming Moral Mondays:
    • on Monday Nov 18th ~ rally/ town hall event to be held at Livingstone College in Salisbury, NC at 5pm. 
    • Dec 23 the leaders of the movement will personally deliver the message to Governor McCrory during the holiday season that developing policies that hurt the least, lost, and otherwise left out is wrong.

Contact Rev. Dr. Rodney Sadler:  rsadler@upsem.edu  /    Kojo Nantambu: kojo.nantambu@ymail.com
NAACP state website, naacpnc.org and the local website, charlottenaacp.com

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