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The ripple effect: NAACP's Barber and civil disobedience in Raleigh 

He starts with a prayer. The Rev. William Barber may say it, or he may call on a fellow pastor. The state NAACP president, Barber likes to cite the Christian teaching that we'll be judged by how we treat the poor—as Jesus…

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Thanks Bob for the passion and ideas delivered in style. Glad you'll still be occasionally writing articles in the future.

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