The second Moral Monday rally of the year focused on education, and it brought in some big names. It comes as the Alliance for Quality Education released a report saying that the gap between rich and poor school districts is growing. So public school supporters are calling on the governor and the legislature to reverse that trend in this year’s budget. We were joined by Reverend Doctor William Barber, a board member of the NAACP and a political organizer who started the Moral Monday movement in North Carolina, and Randi Weingarten, the president of the American Federation of Teachers.

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