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NC NAACP To Hold Special Moral Monday November 28

The fight to protect our Constitutional right to vote continues!

See the Post-Election Sermon Everyone Is Talking About!

Pat McCrory’s frivolous elections complaints and bogus fraud accusations are designed to undermine the democratic process. “The results are clear: Roy Cooper won the election, and it’s time for McCrory to concede,” said Gerrick Brenner, executive director of Progress NC Action. “McCrory has no path to victory, yet he continues to level desperate attacks against lawful voters, African-American community organizations, and his own appointees to local Boards of Elections.”

Here are two that are being heard on Tuesday Nov. 22nd:

RALEIGH, NC – The State Board of Elections will hold a meeting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, November 22 to discuss the recent protests filed by Governor McCrory regarding claims of voter fraud. The meeting will be held at the Wake County Commons Building, 4011 Carya Drive, Raleigh, NC 27610.


DURHAM, NC  – The Durham Board of Elections met the evening of Monday, November 21, 2016, for preliminary consideration of election protests filed by John Posthill.  Preliminary consideration is the first step in a quasi-judicial process to determine whether the protest is upheld.

Following the preliminary consideration, the Board voted unanimously that the provisional ballot protest met the standard necessary to move forward to an evidentiary hearing. Additionally, the board voted unanimously that there was a lack of probable cause to move forward with a protest alleging that an unlawful absentee ballot mill was operated in Durham County and a protest alleging that  persons voted in multiple jurisdictions. Likewise, the board voted unanimously to defer the protest alleging that seven alleged felons voted unlawfully in Durham County until after the State Board of Elections meeting which is scheduled for 10:00am tomorrow. The State Board of Elections is expected to provide guidance relevant to this particular protest.

The board will reconvene on Nov. 22nd for the evidentiary hearing at 2:00pm at the Durham County Health and Human Services Building, located at 414 East Main St, second floor conference rooms.

The fight to protect our Constitutional right to vote continues!


In response, the NC NAACP will hold a Special Moral Monday.full-flyer-mm_11-28-16_raleigh_w-1
Moral Monday
No Fear, No Hate, No Stealing Our Votes

Monday, November 28, 2016
Gather at 5:00 p.m.
North Carolina State Capitol

Click here to RSVP on Facebook

Join Rev. Dr. Barber and others to stand against the policies and rhetoric of hate and fear and the continued attempt to go against the will of the people and to steal our votes and, with them, state elections. They may have more money, but our multi-racial, transformative movement has more people, more love, more power, and more grace.  Forward Together, Not One Step Back!

Bring a candle with you to represent the light of Freedom and Justice.


  • Kojo Nantambuwill serve as point person for our faith organizing component and coordinate with those such as Rev. Nelson Johnson, Rev. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, leaders of Repairers of the Breach, Dr. Jennifer Copeland of NC Council of Churches, Denominational leaders, former Souls to the Polls consultants, and  all other progressive churches, mosques, synagogues, and ministries.  Clergy and faith leaders may contact Rev. Kojo at or 704 641-7951.
  • Laurel Ashtonwill coordinate with NC NAACP leaders such as NC NAACP Vice Presidents, District Directors, local branch leaders, units, and volunteers in the state’s Western jurisdiction.  Laurel can be contacted at or 828 713-3864
  • Kayla Coxwill coordinate with NC NAACP leaders as described above, units, and volunteers in the Eastern part of the state.  Kayla can be contacted at or 910 316-6454.
  • Dominque Pennyserves as President of the NC NAACP Youth/College Division and will coordinate with NC NAACP leaders and units who are part of youth and college; local adult branches who have colleges in their counties should also be coordinating with those colleges and Dominque.  Dominque’s contact information is or 910 331-1304.
  • Tyler Swansonwill focus on media, general communications, social media, and other forms of communicative outreach.  Tyler can be contacted at or 336 317-3586.
  • Curtis E. Gatewoodwill serve as general point person and coordinate directly with Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II, NC NAACP Executive Committee, branches, youth, partners, organizers, and others who make up the field team and staff.  I can be reached at or 919 939-6311.

Forward Together Not One Step Back!

See the Post-Election Sermon Everyone Is Talking About!

Revival and Resiliency After Rejection: A Post-Election Sermon | Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II

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Phyllis Coley
Phyllis D. Coley is CEO/Publisher of Spectacular Magazine and Host of Spectacular Magazine Radio Show. With a B.A. in English from NCCU, the Durham native began her professional career as Promotions/Marketing Director for New York City’s WKTU-FM. While at the radio station, Coley discovered the rap group Kid ‘n Play and managed them for five years, guiding their music and movie careers to success. Moving back to Durham, Coley produced a nationally syndicated television show, The Electric Factory, while working as News Director for FOXY 107/104. In April 2002, recognizing a void in highlighting the achievements of African Americans, she started her own business publishing ACE Magazine. Coley launched Spectacular Magazine in November 2004. Recognizing the lack of pertinent and truthful information, Coley began Spectacular Magazine Radio Show in March 2009. Coley is the organizer of Durham's Annual MLK/Black History Month Parade and the Annual North Carolina Juneteenth Celebration. She currently serves on Central Children’s Home Board of Directors, Raleigh Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Advisors, as Immediate Past Secretary of the Durham Rotary Club Board of Directors and is one of the founding members of the Triangle United Way’s African American Leadership Initiative.

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