RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- The Rev. William Barber led a "recommitment rally" at the state capitol building late Monday afternoon.
Moral Monday started as a small protest in 2013 at the North Carolina legislature over the group's claims of discriminatory laws and policies.
It has since grown into a huge national movement involving thousands of left-leaning protesters.
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"On Monday, we're not having a celebration of 10 years ago, we continue to build this moral movement in the present," Barber said Saturday.
Monday's rally comes on the heels of a massive Moral Monday march, led by Barber and other gun safety organizations and clergy into the Tennessee state capitol last week.
There they demanded lifesaving gun-safety legislation and an end to extremists in state legislatures.