NC NAACP Pre-Moral March Service Features First Public Screening of Film Final Appealby NC NAACP February 9, 2018
NC NAACP Pre-Moral March Service Features First Public Screening of Film of Pitt County Frame-Up of Dontae Sharpe, Wrongfully Imprisoned for More Than 24 Years in NC
Raleigh – The NC NAACP and its more than 200 partners in the Moral Fusion Movement gather in Raleigh on Saturday morning, February 10, Duke Energy Performing Center at 9 a.m. for the 12th Annual Moral March on Raleigh standing against extremist legislation from Jones Street.
On the night before, Friday at 7:00 pm, February 9th, at Rush Metropolitan AME Zion Church, 558 E Cabarrus St, Raleigh, NC 27601 the NC NAACP kicks off the Moral March weekend with the first public screening of a remarkable film exposing the twin evils of corruption and racism in Pitt County and the NC criminal justice system. The Oxygen TV Network just-released expose of the false arrest, frame-up, and more than 24-year cover-up of the wrongful conviction then nineteen year old African American from Greenville, North Carolina, Dontae Sharpe.
What: Pre Moral March Service ‘Justice Must Be Done’: Dontae Sharpe & An Unjust Criminal Justice System Service,
Panel & Film Screening
When: Friday, February 9, 2018, 7:00PM
Where: Rush Metropolitan AME Zion Church, 558 E Cabarrus St, Raleigh, NC 27601
NC NAACP President, Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman announced: “Dontae Sharpe should have never been arrested. He should never have been forced to choose between truth and freedom. He ought to have been working in his community, voting in his precinct, showing by his strong example how young men and women can organize to change the system, not get trapped in it. The NC NAACP State Conference and the Pitt County NAACP will not rest until this man of truth is free, working as a leader in our community.”
“We have a duty to address the failures of our New Jim Crow criminal injustice system and the devastating effect caging our family members is having on our communities. Every elected official and officer of the law has a part to play in redressing this wrong. Join us in our fight for freedom! The NC NAACP has opened a hotline for the public to call 1-877-293-2839 to support Dontae’s family and to share information about the case.”
Click Here To Sign The National Petition To Free Dontae Sharpe:
Click Here To View the Oxygen Network Documentary: