AC-T:  Local advocates to speak to Moral March Saturday in Raleigh

State NAACP officials have announced that two Asheville area advocates will address an estimated 20,000 people in Raleigh for the Moral March on Saturday, the Asheville Citizen-Times reported Friday.

Organizers say the march could be the largest in North Carolina history.

The local advocates are marriage equality advocate Jasmine Beach-Ferrara, executive director of the Asheville-based Campaign for Southern Equality, and Leslie Boyd, president of WNC Health Advocates.


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