In his "state of the state" address at the NC NAACP convention, Rev. Barber reminded the audience that they were engaged in a new civil rights movement, not just a moment. "If you're concerned about justice -- white, black, young or old, rich or poor, Jew, gentile, or Christian -- come on in a help us get this work done." Watch coverage from Channel 3 in Wilmington.
" 'We' is the most important word in the Justice vocabulary. The issue is not what we can't do, but what we CAN do when we stand together. With an upsurge in racial/hate crimes, criminalization of young black males, insensitivity to the poor, educational genocide, and the moral/economic cost of a war, we must stand together now like never before."
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