“So much work is needed to expose and undo the brutality of our jails and prisons, and it’s the same kind of work that went into this bill getting to this point. It is the same kind of work that SisterSong, Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective in North Carolina, RestoreHER, and many...
RALEIGH, N.C. - This morning, the N.C. Senate passed House Bill 324 (HB 324), a bill that would restrict lessons about racism and sexism in the classroom.
RALEIGH, N.C. - Earlier today, the N.C. Senate passed House Bill 805 (HB 805), legislation with several extremely harmful provisions intended to stifle free speech and the right to protest.
RALEIGH, N.C. - This afternoon the N.C. Senate unanimously approved Senate Bill 300, Criminal Justice Reform, sending the bill to Governor Cooper's desk.
The Court Said North Carolina Public Charter Schools May Operate Outside Constitutional Bounds but Are Subject to Title IX, the Landmark Sex Discrimination Law
Civil Rights Groups Reach Agreement with City of Charlotte and CMPD over Use of Teargas On Trapped Protesters
RALEIGH, N.C. - In an important win for police transparency and accountability, the ACLU of North Carolina, the Charlotte Chapter of the NAACP, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, and several Charlotte-based civil rights attorneys reached an agreement with the City