Demanding protection of LGBTQ people. This is NOT politics. This is about Human Rights.
Attacks on LGBTQ people cannot be tolerated.
We condemn Lt. Governor Mark Robinson’s vicious attack on LGBTQ people in calling us “filth”. Mr. Robinson’s comments are not only deplorable, they are a dangerous and endanger lives. It is a blatant dereliction of duty for the Lt. Governor who has sworn an oath to “protect” North Carolinians and this action cannot be tolerated.
Join these upcoming events. Text “Action” to 919.726.0727 to get the latest updates.
Monday, October 11th
5pm • Press Conference
We encourage you to join us Monday as we gather to share our demands. The Lt. Governor must take immediate action to apologize for his vicious attack of all LGBTQ people.
If you would like to lend your voice or get your group involved, please click the link below.
Speaking at the Press Conference:
- Rev. Dr. Nancy Petty, Pastor, Pullen Memorial Baptist Church
- Rev. Chalice Overy, Associate Pastor, Pullen Memorial Baptist Church
- Rev. Vance E. Haywood, Senior Pastor, St. John’s MCC
- Kori Hennessey, Director of Education and Programs, LGBT Center of Raleigh
- Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman, President, NC Chapter of the NAACP
- Right Rev. Sam Rodman, Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina
- Rev. Dr. Jennifer Copeland, Executive Director, North Carolina Council of Churches
Wednesday, October 13th
3:30pm • Youth Press Conference
310 N Blount St., Raleigh, NC 27601
Stand in Solidarity with Youth on Wednesday, October 13th at 3:30pm (ET) in front of the Lt. Governors Office in Raleigh.
Thursday, October 14th
6:30pm • Planning Meeting
622 Maywood Ave., Raleigh, NC 27603
Learn about the issues, make signs or attend volunteer training to assist with gatherings!
Friday, October 15th
4pm • Demonstration and March
Downtown Raleigh. NC State Capitol Building. assemble on Edenton St. and
march to Lt. Governor's office on Blount St.
On Friday, October 8th, we submitted an open letter to Lt. Governor Mark Robinson requesting a meeting as he offered during his remarks at Asbury Baptist Church. Our hope is to have the Lt. Governor hear from those impacted most by his hateful rhetoric so that he will know why this must stop.
If you have any questions or would like to sign up you or your group, please email us.
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