Rev. Barber: 'Political power derives from the people'

Rev. William Barber argues with N.C. General Assembly police chief Martin Brock that protesters should be allowed to knock to gain entrance to the Senate gallery after the doors were locked.
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Rev. William Barber argues with N.C. General Assembly police chief Martin Brock that protesters should be allowed to knock to gain entrance to the Senate gallery after the doors were locked.

GOP legislators’ argument for power shift: Democrats did it first

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