North Carolina NAACP president Rev. William J. Barber II sent a letter to NC Gov. Roy Cooper explaining why there would not be an invitation to the organization’s annual conference.
North Carolina NAACP president Rev. William J. Barber II sent a letter to NC Gov. Roy Cooper explaining why there would not be an invitation to the organization’s annual conference. Robert Willett N&O file photo
North Carolina NAACP president Rev. William J. Barber II sent a letter to NC Gov. Roy Cooper explaining why there would not be an invitation to the organization’s annual conference. Robert Willett N&O file photo

Rev. Barber tells Gov. Cooper he’s not invited to NAACP conference

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