When Charlotte hosts the Republican National Convention (RNC) next August, North Carolina’s largest city will become the epicenter of not just a major political gathering, but monumental questions concerning civil liberties, free speech, policing, and public safety.
Will North Carolina's Supreme Court Allow Racism to Remain a Persistent Factor in its Death Penalty?
In 2009, North Carolina passed the Racial Justice Act (RJA), which allowed defendants to strike the death penalty from their cases if they could show that racial discrimination was a factor in their prosecution.
I am an undocumented immigrant who moved to North Carolina at 21-years-old. This is my story of fighting against House Bill 370. (English/Spanish)
After months of negotiation and pressure from the community, North Carolina prison officials moved Kanautica Zayre-Brown, a woman who is transgender, to a women’s facility. This is an important victory for Kanautica and for the community that rallied behind her.
William Barr is Stuck in the '90s — But Americans Have Moved Forward When it Comes to Criminal Justice Reform
Almost five years to the day of the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Attorney General William Barr descended on New Orleans to deliver a major policy address.
I’ve spent the last three years fighting alongside LGBTQ North Carolinians and others to mitigate the harm caused by House Bill 2 and its discriminatory replacement law. Yesterday, we secured an important victory.