The organizers of Moogfest issued a statement on HB2 that concluded, “We are standing our ground in North Carolina, and will use every opportunity to protest this law – on the stage, in the streets, and on social media.”
The organizers of Moogfest issued a statement on HB2 that concluded, “We are standing our ground in North Carolina, and will use every opportunity to protest this law – on the stage, in the streets, and on social media.” News & Observer file photo
The organizers of Moogfest issued a statement on HB2 that concluded, “We are standing our ground in North Carolina, and will use every opportunity to protest this law – on the stage, in the streets, and on social media.” News & Observer file photo
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