U.S. EPA Administrator Michael Regan announced a $3 billion investment in Environmental & Climate Justice during the 40th Anniversary Environmental Justice event held in Warren County.
The North Carolina Black Alliance supported Black Voters Matter and North Carolina A&T State University in a water collection event addressing the environmental justice crisis in Jackson, MS.
The North Carolina Black Alliance launched its statewide GOTV Tour with a stop in Greene County for a nonpartisan candidates forum moderated by Rev. Marcus L. Fairley.
In this faith engagement article, Dr. Telika McKoy explores how moving from certainty to curiosity allows us to better strategize on issues that impact our communities.
As part of the countdown to the upcoming EJ Summit and the 40th anniversary of the PCB Protests, NC Black Alliance team members traveled to Warrenton, NC.
Over forty counselors and campers convened on UNC Charlotte’s campus to enjoy a weeklong experience during Camp Lead-Up. Sponsored by the NC Black Alliance, Camp Lead-Up is a six-day summer institute for young leaders.
Septima Poinsette Clark was a Black woman educator of faith who withstood challenges like losing her job to continue the work of educating Black communities, even in voter registration and citizenship.
In 2022, there are harms wrought by misogyny, transphobia, classism, racism, and other ills that have caused us to lose our grip on hope. When hope seems dead or on life support, it can be helpful to turn the voices of those who have gone before us
Today marks the grim anniversary of the 2015 mass shooting at Emmanual African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC which took the lives of nine Black worshippers, including state senator Clementa C. Pinkney.
We realize that tragedies have become commonplace and that we will all perish unless a change comes. The Black Church is at a critical time in history where it must tread the path of justice and righteousness to better support the communities it serves.