The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina released the following statement from executive director Chantal Stevens in response to today’s historic midterm voter turnout and unofficial election results.
North Carolina Abortion Providers and Reproductive Justice Activists Urge Court to Block Restriction on Abortion Care
ACLU & ACLU-NC are launching a campaign to educate voters on the importance of the North Carolina Supreme Court elections this November. The campaign will inform voters on the candidates’ positions and the significance of state supreme court justices in protecting North Carolinians' civil liberties.
ACLU and ACLU of North Carolina Urge Court to End Health Care Delays Faced by Incarcerated Transgender Woman
Attorneys for the American Civil Liberties Union and the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina urged a federal district court to grant preliminary relief to Kanautica Zayre-Brown, a transgender woman currently denied adequate health care while held in a North Carolina state prison.
This statement was issued by American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina Deputy Director for Engagement and Mobilization Kristie Puckett Williams in response to Governor Cooper's Executive Order to protect abortion access.