Advance Carolina executive director Marcus Bass recently participated in a panel discussion hosted by NC A&T State University to mark the 63rd anniversary of the February 1, 1960, Greensboro Sit-in.
The NC Black and Brown Policy Network, an Advance Carolina Project, has issued a statement addressing the need to end over-policing nationally and the introduction of HB 40, a second-round attempt by state legislators to respond to the recent violence.
Midterm election losses reflect the stark reality of America’s fraught relationship with Black women and its reluctance to elect them to statewide office.
Advance Carolina joined the Eastern North Carolina Civic Group for a rally and press conference addressing accountability for the Jan. 6th insurrectionist ahead of the 2022 midterms.
Advance North Carolina will participate in Rally for Our Freedoms on Sunday, September 25, at Dowdy Park in Nags Head.
Pro-democracy groups, nonprofit and faith leaders, and legal scholars gathered to demand judicial reforms to ensure North Carolina courts are free of partisanship
Over the past few weeks, we have been reminded of America’s gun problem and the need for bipartisan gun legislation. An overhaul of gun legislation is the best way to honor victims.
The fight continues for comprehensive police reform that prohibits excessive use of force and helps to eradicate the systemic injustice that has created two radically different systems of justice and policing for White America and Black and Brown communities