Civil rights leader convicted of trespassing at legislature
The Washington Times -

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The civil rights leader who started the "Moral Monday" protest movement in North Carolina has been convicted of trespassing during a 2017 protest at the General Assembly. News outlets report that the Rev. William Barber was convicted of a misdemeanor charge in a Wake County courtroom

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