This week, Hillsborough, Carrboro, and Chapel-Hill became the first municipalities to pass LGBTQ protection ordinances after the expiration of a state ban prohibiting local governments from enacting anti-discrimination policies.
RALEIGH, N.C. - After acts of violence at the U.S.
N.C. Court of Appeals Rules that Domestic Violence Protections Must Apply Equally to Unmarried LGBTQ Couples
RALEIGH, N.C.-- In a victory for LGBTQ equality, unmarried people in same-sex dating relationships can no longer be excluded from domestic violence protections according to a ruling today from the North Carolina Court of Appeals in the case
RALEIGH, N.C. - Earlier today, Governor Roy Cooper granted pardons of innocence to five people wrongfully convicted of crimes they did not commit.
Peaceful Protesters in N.C. Urge Federal Court to Prohibit Use of Pepper Spray for Crowd Control in the Future
Police Violence in Graham, N.C., on the Last Day of Early Voting and Same-Day Registration Violated Constitutional Rights, Voting Rights Act and the Klan Act of 1871
N.C. Court Appoints Special Master to Oversee Protections for People Incarcerated During the Pandemic
RALEIGH, N.C. - After a hearing in Wake County Superior Court today, citing concern over the rising cases of COVID-19 in the state prisons, Judge Vince Rozier, Jr. modified previous orders in N.C. NAACP v.