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Thousands attend 10th Annual HKonJ Moral March

The 10th annual Moral March was this past Saturday in Raleigh. Despite sub-freezing temperatures, thousands came out to stand up for the HKonJ coalition’s 14 Point Agenda which includes environmental justice, immigrant rights, more funding for public schools, livable wages and more.

One of the speakers was Tracey Edwards, a resident of Walnut Cove in Stokes County, who gave an emotional speech about how coal ash contamination has changed her hometown. “My community has been exposed to toxic chemicals for over 40 years and it’s simply because we as citizens didn’t know what was happening to our environment.”

Here is the video of the entire Moral March Event; listen in at 1:56:00-1:58:00 to Tracey’s plea for folks to get out to vote.

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