It's called the people's movement and it made it's way to the east this week and plans to take it's message to Raleigh next weekend.
A rally for justice and inequalities is the purpose of the Historic Thousands on Jones street or "HK on J." Members of the NAACP and representatives from 100 various organizations have banded together to address issues in our state- ranging from equal education to worker's rights, jobs and the justice system. State NAACP president Reverend William Barber spoke in greenville Tuesday and says they want the state to move forward not backwards.
"We got to have politicians, democrat or republican to stand what's right who will concerned about the whole, who won't worry about getting elected, but will worry about doing what's right and they have the power and the ability to do what's right," said Barber.
The HK on J organization, plans to march to the the state legislature on Jones Street Saturday, February 12th.