What Would Henry Do?

In 1846, Henry David Thoreau was arrested for failing to pay delinquent taxes and spent a night in jail. Released the next morning, Thoreau later recounted that as he walked from jail through the streets of Concord, he realized that, in obeying the call of his conscience, he was more free in jail than the people outside. What would Henry do today, here in Raleigh, as we gather for Moral Monday protests?