The North Carolina Black Alliance and Advance Carolina are deeply disappointed in the final budget, as it fails to truly provide what North Carolinians, especially our Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian American, and Pacific Islander, low-income, and other marginalized communities actually need.
The 9th Annual HBCU Think Tank took place on the NC A&T State University campus and focused on the theme “Our Turn: The Story Continues,” emphasizing the importance of storytelling and its role in politics and social justice.
The NC Black Alliance stands in solidarity with Justice Anita Earls to publicly speak on her experiences of racism and sexism without retribution from her white colleagues.
In a recent report, scientific research supports how climate change affects maternal and fetal health — increasing concern for reproductive justice and the impact of the environment on pregnancy.
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month brings awareness to the types of adversity and challenges that BIPOC communities face. There is a gap in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health for BIPOC communities, and access to mental health resources can vary.
Men’s Health Month is a culmination of celebrating progress and looking forward to the future for improvement. The statistics and data are clear: men are more likely to put their health at risk through unhealthy choices.
The Access to Healthcare team presented “Promoting Lactation in Eastern North Carolina” during the Birth & Beyond Summit: Advancing Community-based Approaches to Birth Equity in College Park, MD.
Artificial intelligence can play a significant role during elections. This month, we are exploring the different applications of AI throughout election processes.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to reject the desperate attempt of lawmakers to undermine elections, which should always be free and equitable, reinforces the critical role that state courts play in overseeing decisions regarding our elections,
With the NC courts granting state lawmakers unrestricted power to modify voting districts and maintain their control indefinitely, it raises concerns about the integrity of elections in North Carolina.