For over a decade, we have known that the State of North Carolina has played a major role in the CIA’s use of torture but have been unable to get details about the program from state officials.
ACLU friends and members are invited to join us for an interactive conversation with our team to talk about our work in 2020, ongoing campaigns you can plug into, and the work ahead of us this year.
Join us to kick off Black History Month for a watch party and panel discussion on the new mini-documentary, Decarcerate Now NC: Let Our People Go, with activists striving for decarceration in North Carolina.
The ACLU of NC’s Western NC Chapter invites you to join their Know Your Rights panel discussion: voting edition.
This election goes beyond presidential elections. We're asking our local school boards to take a stand against racial injustice and creating racial equity in our county schools.
We're joining All of Us or None, Amp Our Vote, NC Second Chance Alliance, Black Voters Matter, and Project Bolt to host a Get Out the Vote education session and caravan action on September 26 in Charlotte.
Join us for a virtual court watching training in partnership with the YWCA Central Carolinas. The training will cover briefly what is bail and what the problem with it is and why we are court watching to ensure that everyone has a baseline understanding of the issues.
Update: This training has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon.
Join our Western NC Chapter and Carolina Jews for Justice for a screening of The Repor tat A-B Tech in Asheville. The Report is a film based on true events following the investigation into the CIA’s use of torture previously hidden from the American public.
Join us, members of the NC Fines and Fees Coalition, and the Aspen Institute Financial Security Program for the People’s Convening on Fines and Fees in NC. The convening will provide a space for conversations on how to end criminal justice debt and current practices.
February 15, 2020