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Events

March for Students, Rally for Respect

PAST DATES AND TIMES

  • Wednesday, May 16, 2018 10am-4:30pm

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LOCATION: Bicentennial Plaza - 1 E Edenton St

The State has issued a permit for a rally to advocate for prioritizing the investment in education in North Carolina. In conjunction with this event, The Raleigh Police Department has issued a permit for participants to walk on sidewalks to the Legislative Building. Participants will gather at 10:00am at North Carolina Association of Educators Headquarters at 700 S. Salisbury Street, head north on Fayetteville Street, then cross through the State Capital Grounds and Bicentennial Plaza to the Legislative Building where the General Assembly will be convening. At 3:30pm, the rally will begin at Bicentennial Plaza across from the Legislative Building. Attendance is projected to be 10,000.