Reverend Barber Outlines His Future, Says There’s Still a Fight Ahead in North Carolina

Reverend Barber Outlines His Future, Says There’s Still a Fight Ahead in North Carolina

More than a hundred people converged on the Davie Street Presbyterian Church Monday morning to pay their respects to the Reverend William Barber, a local civil rights icon who announced late last week that he would be stepping down as the leader of the North Carolina NAACP. But after more than a dozen friends, colleagues, and faith leaders offered praise to the man who has led them for more than a decade—Barber was elected president of the organization in 2005—Barber sought to shift the focus off of himself.

Indeed, what transpired this morning couldn’t have been scripted any better for those activists on hand.…

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