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Mass Moral March of Raleigh (HKonJ)


  • Saturday, February 8, 2014 10 am-2 pm

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For the past seven years, a fusion movement has been growing in North Carolina. In 2006, the Historic Thousands on Jones St. (HKonJ) People's Assembly Coalition was formed under the leadership of Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II and the North Carolina NAACP. It has grown to include over 150 coalition partners. Each year this fusion movement comes together on the second Saturday in February to hold a mass people's assembly to reaffirm its commitment to the 14 Point People's Agenda and to hold lawmakers accountable to the people of North Carolina.

Associated Street Closures:

Date & Time: 7 am-3:30 pm Street Closures: E. South St. between S. Salisbury St. and S. Wilmington St., as well as S. Wilmington St. between MLK Blvd and E. South St. will be closed from 7 am to 11:30 am on Saturday 2-8-14. S. Wilmington St. between E. South St. to Davie St. (will remain open until 5 minutes before the parade), E. Davie St. from S. Wilmington St. to Fayetteville St. (will remain open until 5 minutes before the parade), Fayetteville St. between Davie St. to Morgan St., Martin St. and Hargett St. between S. Wilmington St. and S. Salisbury St. Will all be closed from 7 am until 2:30 pm on Saturday 2-8-14. No parking signs will be posted by Friday 2-7-14 at 3 pm indicating the above dates and times. Demonstration Walk Route: The group will gather on the 100 block of East South St. and the 700 block of S. Wilmington St. beginning at 9:00 am. At 10:15 am the group will enter S. Wilmington St. and proceed north to Davie St.. The group will turn left on E. Davie St. Right on Fayetteville St. End at Fayetteville St. and Morgan St. A rally will be held at this location. Detours for R-LINE: From RCC, take Salisbury Street, Left on MLK Blvd., Left on Person St., Left on Hargett St., resume route. Full transit detours for this event: http://www.raleighnc.gov/services/content/CorStatus/Articles/CATDetoursAnnounce.html.