COVID-19 Rapid Response

Since March 19, 2020, the NC Black Alliance has taken proactive steps to provide Black North Carolinians with digital spaces in which they could convene and communicate their concerns as relates to COVID-19. These digital spaces have been (and will continue to be) offered statewide until community centers, churches, and other common meeting spaces are available.

Because each area has its own specific needs, NCBA has created documents for each call it hosted in hopes that this will help us navigate these challenging times.

 COVID-19 General information

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North Carolina Black Alliance (NCBA)
P.O. Box 27886
Raleigh, NC 27611
info@ncblackalliance.org

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