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The North Carolina NAACP's demonstrations against policies by the Republican-led legislature and governor are drawing increasingly national recognition.
William Barber and other protesters will each have to pay a $100 fine and court costs.
A large protest in North Carolina against conservative legislation proves that the spirit of the civil rights movement is still alive.
With more than 300 people arrested in acts of civil disobedience, the North Carolina NAACP says it will step up its campaign and register new voters.
The head of the NAACP in North Carolina said that the protests against a number of policies by the state’s Republican legislature and governor will continue on Monday.
The NAACP in North Carolina is leading a widening number of protests to raise awareness of budget cuts and voting changes by the state's Republican governor.
Nearly two dozen states are considering new voter identification requirements that advocates say will make it more difficult for voters to cast ballots in 2014 and beyond.
Civil rights leader gave similar speech at a high school in Rocky Mount, NC.
Dr. Daniel Hale Williams performed the first open-heart surgery.
Ty Turner was detained at a rally in Charlotte, North Carolina, condemning the state's record on racial profiling and voting suppression.