The second Witness Wednesday, a spin-off recurring bit of activism from the Moral Mondays, was led by North Carolina's youth and students. It started with a press conference and was followed by a march to the Governor's office to deliver their demands relating to civil rights, voting rights, education, the racial justice act, and other important issues.
As the legislative session draws closer to a close, more and more attention will be shifting to the Governor's desk as he decides what to sign into law. There were members of the Student Power Union, the NAACP, Democracy Summer interns, and others involved in today's actions. Here are some glimpses into the day.