NAACP to rally in support of pardons for “Wilmington 10”

The North Carolina NAACP and several other activist groups will be holding an event in Wilmington tomorrow night, June 26, from 7-9 pm at the St. Stephem AME Church at 501 Red Cross Street to rally in support of the effort to secure pardons for the members of the so-called “Wilmington 10.” Rev. William Barber, President of the NC NAACP will keynote the event.  

Call 910-762-5502 or 910-616-0749 for more information.

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