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, 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.
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.
Environmental Justice continues to be a challenge in North Carolina. Bills like HB 600 and SB 678 are pivotal in why communities continually face EJ issues.
The Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly has passed by override vote of Governor Roy Cooper’s veto Senate Bill 747 and Senate Bill 749, which is yet another attempt to undermine fair elections in the state.
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 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.