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Moral Monday

Moral Monday will tell the story of a civil rights struggle underway in the U.S. dubbed "the fight for everyone's flourishing."  Moral Monday will chart the progress, pitfalls and outcomes of this faith-rooted justice movement, whatever the outcomes will be.

The documentary will be flush with a surprising variety of characters from all walks of life.  The director plans to include individuals such as "Courtney Ritter, a 37-year-old white suburban mother of three who between carpools to tennis courts, the Piggly Wiggly and her Methodist church, pulled over and joined a Moral Monday march."

Moral Monday and the Forward Together Movement are led by Reverend Dr. William Barber, who involves himself one individual at a time with the thousands who have joined the movement. This documentary will chronicle a slow-building, off-the-radar initiative that exploded onto the national scene in 2013.

How To Donate: 

All donations for the production and distribution of Moral Monday are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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Auburn Update 

Director Eric Preston has filmed the Moral Monday movement since its inception. He continues to follow this growing national phenomenon and recently filmed Moral Monday involvement in the North Carolina NAACP v. McCrory Federal Voting Rights Trial and the Mass Moral March for Voting Rights.

For More Information 
For more information, you can contact Laura Healy, Program Administrator at Auburn at:
Phone: 212-870-3155 or 212-662-4315
E-mail: [email protected]

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