RALEIGH, N.C. — A 15-state tour promoting a “revolution of moral values” in politics is holding its first revival at a synagogue in Raleigh.
The meeting will be held Monday at Temple Beth Or. It’s led by an outspoken North Carolina minister who has challenged conservative state lawmakers through the “Moral Monday” movement and the former pastor of an activism-oriented New York church.
The Revs. William Barber and James Forbes say citizens need to reclaim political discourse so that it focuses on love, justice and mercy.
Barber is president of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP but says he’s speaking out on this tour as a minister and as founder of a group called Repairers of the Breach. Forbes is senior minister emeritus at Riverside Church in New York City.
,A 15-state tour promoting a “revolution of moral values” in politics is holding its first revival at a synagogue in Raleigh.
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