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Wednesday June 7th


Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II speaks about the history of voters' rights in the U.S. at the rally on Thursday. 

The NAACP lead a march and rally in Raleigh on Thursday as part of "America's Journey for Justice," a 806-mile march from Selma, Alabama, to Washington D.C. Hundreds gathered in the Bicentennial Plaza to protest for voters' rights.

NAACP rallies around voting rights

Hundreds of North Carolinians marched for voting equality in Raleigh on Thursday night during the North Carolina leg of America’s Journey for Justice — a recreation of the historic 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery, Ala., which in part resulted in the Voting Rights Act’s passage later that year.

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Virginia shooting video raises questions

Several media outlets chose to air the footage of two reporters from WDBJ-TV being shot mid-broadcast in Roanoke, Va., on Wednesday — raising questions about the ethics of violent content in the media and the dangers reporters face while on the job.

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