Who We Are
The North Carolina Black Alliance addresses policy and economic issues to enhance black communities by developing and promoting systemic policy change as well as youth and leadership development.
We also seek to collaborate with strategic partners to advance the work of those organizations and to enhance intentional collaboration with black constituencies.
November is Prematurity Awareness Month, which aims to raise awareness about premature birth and its impact on infants and families in the United States.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is recommending limits on consumption of certain freshwater fish from the middle and lower Cape Fear River based on concerns about exposure to PFOS found in fish sampled.
In Eastern and Central North Carolina, Black, Native, and non-white Hispanic rural and suburban communities are more likely to live within a 3-mile radius of a hog farm than their white counterparts.
We Are Committed to…
Political Effectiveness & Personal Responsibility
Crime + Justice
Access to Healthcare & Environmental Justice
Time | talent | treasure
When you choose to support the North Carolina Black Alliance by giving your time, talent or treasure you help unleash OUR power to transform OUR communities across North Carolina.
Give Your Time
It’s often said that volunteers are the lifeblood of an organization. Complete the Volunteer Action Card to become an NC Black Alliance volunteer.
Give your Talent
Whether you can organize an event, mobilize a community, or use your voice to effect change your skills play an important role in helping us achieve our mission.
Give Your treasure
When you donate to NCBA, you help address issues ranging from voting rights, gerrymandering, criminal justice reform, health and wellness, economic development to education.