Pots & Spoons Protest returns to Raleigh #May14NC

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Get ready to make some noise!

Are you ready to sound off against the immoral agenda of our reckless state lawmakers and governor?

Bring an empty pot and spoon (and a friend) this May 14th and join our cacerolazo, only the second-of-its-kind protest of our out-of-control state legislature in North Carolina!

Watch this great video recap by NC Policy Watch of the first Pots & Spoons protest in 2012.

What: Second Pots & Spoons Protest of our out-of-control legislature
When: Wednesday, May 14 at 10 A.M.
Where: Bicentennial Mall (across from the legislative building), 16 W. Jones St., Raleigh, NC
Why: Let’s welcome state lawmakers back to Raleigh with a sound they can’t ignore!
RSVP: http://bit.ly/potsspoons2014

Sound off for workers’ rights!

Sound off for democracy, for equality, for public education, for the environment!

Sound off for Moral Monday!

When our legislature reconvenes, let us drown out the corporate lobbyists and right-wing ideologues with a noise only We the People can muster!

We’re moving Forward Together on May 14th. Are you in?

In May 2012, we held the first ever Pots & Spoons protest outside our state legislative building.

Check out photos from the first Pots & Spoons protest in 2012!

Now is the time to bring the spirit of the cacerolazo back to our state, where our out-of-control legislature and governor have since the 2012 election catered to corporations, tax evaders, and right-wing ideologues; raised barriers to voting; made cruel cuts to unemployment benefits; gutted public education; rejected Medicaid expansion for 500,000 people without health insurance; raised taxes on 900,000 of the working poor only to cut them for the 23 wealthiest families in our state; brought fracking to North Carolina; and enabled corporate polluters like Duke Energy to foul our air and waterways.

Share this event on Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #May14NC.

2014 Pots & Spoons Protest May 14 Flyer (v1)

Grab the flyer for the Second Pots & Spoons Protest