As we celebrate Black History Month, it is crucial to recognize and uplift the often-overlooked legacy of Black health activism and organizing.
The Leandro case, first filed in 1994 and will be heard again by the N.C. Supreme Court on February 22, 2024, following a shift in legislative majority from Democratic to Republican.
NC Black Alliance is recruiting and training Black women to become a certified lactation counselor in Eastern North Carolina. Applications open until March 1. Limited spots.
NC Black Alliance hosted its second annual Environmental Justice and Healthcare Summit, which brought together statewide advocates to delve into the critical intersection of environmental justice and healthcare in Black communities.
NC Black Alliance, Emancipate NC and social justice advocates held a press conference on January 19, 2024, following the dismissal of the ethics complaint against Justice Anita Earls.
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.
NC lawmakers have recently introduced a new set of congressional and state legislative maps that gives a huge partisan advantage in next year’s congressional and state legislative races.
October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time to reflect on the ways that domestic violence has impacted our communities. This month, we recognize and honor the survivors of domestic violence and come together as a community to commit to ending relationship violence.