We extend our support to and solidarity with the North Carolina NAACP and all the participants in the Moral Monday Movement.Uniting People for Peace, Equality, Full Employment, Universal Health Care and Environmental Protection held a national Conference Call on Sunday, June 23, 2013 as part of our organizing efforts to break free from Wall Street's domination of our economy and electoral system.
We are in the process of forging a national movement around the issues as our call to the conference suggests. Our organizing initiative includes people from North Carolina and from many states across the country.
As long as our Nation's wealth is being squandered on militarism and wars we will not be able to solve the problems people are experiencing.
Government budgets at the national, state and local levels are a reflection of priorities.
The needs of the people for living wage jobs, quality public education, adequate housing and Medicare for All, food, access to affordable public transportation, and recreational programs for youth must take precedence over militarism and wars.
We condemn in no uncertain terms the ugly racist edge this Republican assault on the people of North Carolina is having on people of color.
We are in support of, and in solidarity with, your Moral Monday Movement as you struggle for justice and look forward to working with you on shared concerns.
Please let us know what kind of support and solidarity is required.