You could see thousands of protesters around 5 p.m. Aug. 19 in Marshall Park in Uptown, rain or shine.
Organizers, like Luis Rodriguez, want to pack Marshall Park, like in Asheville and Raleigh, where thousands turned out to protest the agenda of the governor and the General Assembly's Republican leaders.
"People have the right to vote, the right to a job, the right to an education, and the right to clean air, clean water and a healthy environment," said organizer and Greenpeace activist Monica Embrey.
"The right wing needs to do the right thing," said organizer and Little Rock AME Zion Church pastor Dwayne Walker.
In many cases, organizers encouraged people to get arrested, counting 150 at one Moral Monday alone. Local NAACP president Kojo Nantambu said maybe down the road, but not this time.
What also makes Charlotte different is many of the state leaders under fire have ties to Mecklenburg County, like Gov. Pat McCrory and Speaker Thom Tillis.
Rodriguez said this rally is "right in their back yard, right where their base constituency may be. I think that that is really impactful."
Rodriguez said organizers just want a rally, no marching, no civil disobedience, which also means the city may not declare this an "extraordinary event" and attach all the security measures that go along with that. The city hasn't said either way.
WSOC is told organizers have all the necessary permits for the event.