Curtis Everette Gatewood Post


Dear Social Justice Famiy and Other Friends:

On a personal note in our common interests toward justice, help me to support Attorney Anita Earls.

As part of our desire to ensure JUSTICE and preserve life, Atty. Earls has a proven record of working diligently within the social justice community which speaks for itself. No donation is too small. And if you feel you can not afford to give a donation at this time, commit toward securing five (5) individuals you know who can.

Needless to say, we find our selves at a serious time in history where the threats toward justice are rising like a dangerous tide. We, our children, and our children’s children are at tremendous risk of losing every imaginable form of social justice progress those we celebrate during this month have died for!

It is rare you will see me go on record supporting specific candidates. But the situation we have in North Carolina relative to the blatant avalanche of racism, electoral cheating, “packing and stacking,” suppression, wrongful convictions, and injustices relative to our courts, made the need to put my voice behind Atty. Anita Earls all the more essential. She did not wait to run for office to “run” toward our defense against systemic injustice.

Please make a donation toward her campaign (see the link) if at all possible and ask her how you may help as you will see in her communication, the shameful spectacle of North Carolina poli-trickery continues to show its ugly countenance.

If you lead or is part of an organization or church which does not endorse, that is fine. Support and donations may be contributed silently as part of your individual obligation to engage into the electoral process in a time such as this.

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said it best – “A threat to justice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Let me assure you, in North Carolina, the “threats to justice” could be no more conspicuous and numerous.

Thank you for your support for me as I work to support others who love God and justice.

Always your brother,
Rev. Curtis E. Gatewood

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