A display using graphic photos has been creating controversy on the campus of UNCW. The display pairs images of genocide with images of aborted fetuses.
Protesters of policies backed by the North Carolina General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory will have a frequent presence in Raleigh leading up to a yearly march promoting what organizers call a "moral" agenda.
The Rev. William Barber of the state NAACP talked Thursday about the run-up to the ninth annual rally Feb. 14 in downtown Raleigh.
The New Hanover County Chapter of the NC Black Leadership Caucus sponsored a rally on Saturday at St. Stephens AME Church in downtown Wilmington.
This peaceful protest was against the police-involved violence across the nation in hope for change.
Those protesting the decision against indicting a white police officer in the Ferguson, Missouri, shooting of a black teen briefly blocked a road in Durham. Hundreds of people attended various rallies in the Raleigh-Durham area Tuesday evening.
A labor group is demanding higher wages and full-time work for North Carolina Walmart workers as the holiday shopping season ramps up.
About 150 people gathered to march around North Carolina's Capitol as a coalition led by North Carolina's NAACP wraps up a week of demonstrations.
The group circled the Capitol seven times and stopped during each pass to allow speakers to address different themes including labor and voting rights. The group is also gathering for a voting rights rally nearby.
A car dealership in Wilmington is under fire. Customers say the cars they bought are not up to par. Several of them gathered to protest across the street from Lovitt's Auto and Truck Center on Carolina Beach Road.
Supporters of pay increases for Wilmington Police and Firefighter employees have stopped demonstrating at Wilmington Council Meetings for now.
A caravan of people urging the restoration of the Voting Rights Act will join North Carolina activists in Raleigh in a protest.
As members of the New Hanover County Board of Education met for their meeting they were met by protestors who were Red for Ed.