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Join us tomorrow night in Greenville

Calling all Eastern NC progressives: Please join N.C. Policy Watch and some of our progressive allies tomorrow night at a public forum that will explore: how North Carolina’s extreme right-wing General Assembly is turning back the clock, who’s bankrolling its agenda, and what it means for our lives.

Featured speakers include MaryBe McMillan of the N.C. AFL-CIO, Chris Kromm of the Institute for Southern Studies, Chris Fitzsimon N.C. Policy Watch, and Jake Geller-Goad from Democracy North Carolina.

You’ll have a chance to ask questions and share your perspective, too.

Here’s the where and when:

Thursday, March 8th at 7:OO PM
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Greenville NC
131 Oakmont Drive Greenville, NC 27858

Click here for more information and to register.

Hope to see you there!

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