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Not just a moment

HKonJHK on J – “Historic Thousands on Jones Street” in Raleigh last weekend – sparked an awesome online display of videos and photos, links to news coverage and to the websites of the more than 60 coalition partners who participated. Let’s keep the momentum going, and make sure this was not just a moment, but is truly a movement to change North Carolina for the better. Connect online, peruse this interactive site, introduce yourself, add your voice, your reflections on last weekend’s event, or what it portends for the future.

Go to www.hkonj.com

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