National Moral Day of Action

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National Moral Day of Action

Responding to the call of North Carolina Moral Mondays’ Initiator,

Rev. William J. Barber II

Monday, September 12, 2016

11:00 AM – Noon in Dover, Delaware In front of the capitol

You are invited to join a Moral Revolution for a Reset of Our Nation’s Values

America has a heart problem!  In this country today poverty and inequality are rampant, voting rights and democracy are being trampled, millions of people lack the health care, living wage jobs, and quality education they need, and racism, hatred, and bigotry are disintegrating any possibility for life, liberty and a pursuit of happiness for everyone in these United States.  America has a heart problem!

Rev. William Barber II told the nation during his Democratic National Convention speech a few weeks ago, “We are called like our foremothers and forefathers to be the “moral defibrillators” of our time. Together, we can save the heart of our democracy, and “shock” this nation with the power of love, mercy, and justice for all.”

On September 12, people of faith and moral courage will gather at state capitols in 25 states to deliver the “Higher Ground Moral Declaration”, which calls on governors, senators, state legislators and candidates for office to move away from extremist politics and policies that benefit the few and move toward policies and laws that are just and fair and guarantee a better life for the majority of the people. The full text of the Declaration is available at:

For more information contact Rev Greg Chute:

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