North Carolina NAACP leader Rev. William Barber is pictured speaking in a February file photo while national NAACP president Cornell Brooks looks on. The two were announcing the first steps in a national economic boycott of the state over conservative policies including a law limiting LGBT rights.
North Carolina NAACP leader Rev. William Barber is pictured speaking in a February file photo while national NAACP president Cornell Brooks looks on. The two were announcing the first steps in a national economic boycott of the state over conservative policies including a law limiting LGBT rights. Jonathan Drew AP
North Carolina NAACP leader Rev. William Barber is pictured speaking in a February file photo while national NAACP president Cornell Brooks looks on. The two were announcing the first steps in a national economic boycott of the state over conservative policies including a law limiting LGBT rights. Jonathan Drew AP

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