On Friday, local civil rights groups held a press conference discussing HB2. Among those gathered were former Charlotte Mecklenburg NAACP President Dwayne Collins, Jibril Hough, spokesperson for the Islamic Center of Charlotte, North Carolina General Assembly Senator Joyce Waddell of District 40, North Carolina Representative Kelly Alexander Jr. of District 107, Michael Wynn, co-chairman of Save A Homie and John Barnett, founder of True Healing Under God. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
On Friday, local civil rights groups held a press conference discussing HB2. Among those gathered were former Charlotte Mecklenburg NAACP President Dwayne Collins, Jibril Hough, spokesperson for the Islamic Center of Charlotte, North Carolina General Assembly Senator Joyce Waddell of District 40, North Carolina Representative Kelly Alexander Jr. of District 107, Michael Wynn, co-chairman of Save A Homie and John Barnett, founder of True Healing Under God. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

Charlotte activists call HB2 ‘wicked and diabolical’ in efforts to get it repealed

April 22, 2016 06:00 PM

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