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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

Moral Mondays

  • Aired: 08/23/2013
  • 08:11
  • Rating: NR
Religious leaders in North Carolina are being arrested in growing numbers to protest new laws they say adversely affect the poor, the aging, and children. “There is great biblical precedent for people being arrested,” says Rev. Richard Edens. “It’s a great heritage to be a part of.”
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These protests use the language of faith to counter a conservative state legislature.
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