February 11, 2014 -
The Moral March on Raleigh drew diverse groups from across the state and elsewhere around the country to protest the extreme right-wing agenda that has gripped North Carolina.
February 6, 2014 -
The North Carolina people's movement that led to over 900 arrests during nonviolent protests at the legislature last year is readying for a mass march on the state capitol this Saturday -- its first big public action in a pivotal election year.
January 14, 2014 -
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's decision to put off a special election to fill the open 12th Congressional District seat until November has been criticized for denying representation to some 700,000 people for almost a year. Now a leading civil rights group is considering legal action to force an earlier vote.
January 10, 2014 -
The people's movement against political extremism in North Carolina government is spreading to other states in the region, with similar protests planned for next week in Georgia and South Carolina. Meanwhile, North Carolina activists are gearing up for more protests and litigation as elections approach.
December 2, 2013 -
This week, the North Carolina NAACP and other groups launched an informational picket at stores owned by North Carolina mega-donor and state budget director Art Pope -- highlighting the disconnect between who shops at Pope's stores and the agenda he promotes.
October 28, 2013 -
Leaders of North Carolina's Moral Monday movement are inviting the public to sign on to an open letter urging Gov. Pat McCrory to convene a "Special Redemption Session" of the legislature to reconsider recent decisions denying Medicaid expansion and cutting unemployment benefits.
October 9, 2013 -
How a Supreme Court decision striking aggregate campaign contribution limits would advance what one civil rights leader has called a "two-pronged attack on voter participation against regular people in America."