Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Moral-Monday-Protest-in-Raleigh-27MZIF3FAM_F.htmlConceptually similarMoral Monday Protest in RaleighGP0STO7ORCompleted★★★★Moral Monday Protest in RaleighGP0STO7OOCompleted★★★★Moral Monday Protest in RaleighGP0STO7OPCompleted★★★★★★Moral Monday Protest in RaleighGP0STO7P0Completed★★★★Moral Monday Protest in RaleighGP0STO7OVCompleted★★★★Moral Monday Protest in RaleighGP0STO7OUCompleted★★★★Moral Monday Protest in RaleighGP0STO7OWCompleted★★★★Moral Monday Protest in RaleighGP0STO7P2Completed★★★★★★Moral Monday Protest in RaleighGP0STO7P3Completed★★★★View AllGP0STO7OMMoral Monday Protest in RaleighAn artist draws chalk art in protest against fracking. Tens of thousands of people gathered at Shaw University in downtown Raleigh. The march travelled to the doorstep of the State Capitol. Each year this fusion movement comes together 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 citizens.Locations:North America-North Carolina-Raleigh-United States of AmericaDate:10 Feb, 2014Credit:© Jason Miczek / GreenpeaceMaximum size:1600px X 2400pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Art works-Artists-Climate (campaign title)-Crowds-Day-Demonstrations-Hydraulic fracturing-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Public engagement-Signs-Streets-Urban areasShoot:Moral Monday Protest in RaleighFor 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 citizens.