Home Tags NAACP
Civil rights groups have sued to block a North Carolina city from enforcing an ordinance that requires permits for protests.
Around 400 people gathered in First Ward Park in Uptown Charlotte Friday evening to celebrate Juneteenth, the annual holiday recognizing the end of slavery in the United States.
The local chapter of the NAACP attended the Pender County Board of Education meeting Tuesday night, stepping in over an investigation into alleged racial slurs used by educators.
The NAACP plans to protest outside a meeting of the Pender County Board of Education on Tuesday, at Topsail High School.
Law enforcement officials from across the Cape Fear have been voicing their thoughts and reactions to the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in the custody of a white police officer in Minneapolis.
A North Carolina judge has ordered public officials to turn over detailed information and what steps they are taking to prevent coronavirus outbreaks in state prisons.
Data around the country shows African-Americans are more likely to see significant impacts of the coronavirus, and the New Hanover County chapter of the NAACP wants to prevent that.
Elijah Lee is a 12 year old activist who traveled from Roanoke Rapids with his mother and sister for the Moral March in Raleigh.
It was serious business at Innes Park Saturday afternoon as hundreds of people joined the millions across the world, all gathering for one common purpose, equal rights.