About 100 people joined a cross-state march for immigrant rights, while hundreds of Latinos prepared to skip work or boycott all purchases on Monday as part of immigrant rights demonstrations being staged nationwide.
From NBC 17.
The protesters are making their way to Raleigh on Friday:
The march, demanding fair treatment for migrant workers in North Carolina, started in Lenoir and was to pass through Siler City, Durham and other communities before its culmination Friday in Raleigh.
Of course, Tyson foods, a large employer of low paid immigrants, supports the march, so long as you "check with your supervisor":
Tyson Foods, which has 11 centers in North Carolina, said in a statement that it supported workers attending rallies but asked that they first check with their supervisors.