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NC Black Leadership Caucus

The US Constitution

The Library of Congress

The Congressional Black Caucus

NC State Board of Elections

Eastern North Carolina Civic Group

Durham Committee of the Affairs of Black People

Facing South

NC Legislative Black Caucus

National Black Leadership Conference (New Hanover County, Chapter)

Alliance of NC Black Elected Officials

African American Caucus of NC Democratic Party

Raleigh Wake Citizens Association

NAACP North Carolina

Brennan Center for Justice

Democracy North Carolina

Charlotte Mecklenburg Chapter NC Black Leadership Caucus

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Get Out The Vote: How to Increase Voter Turnout

How to Win a Local Election

The Campaign Manager: Running and Winning Local Elections

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What Is Humanizing Education? A Greater Diversity Exclusive Part 3: A Pledge to All Children

“Not…by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Is this the ideal to strive toward?

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New Analysis Highlighting Economic Progress and Socioeconomic Barriers Facing Black Americans

The Congressional Black Caucus is committed to advancing Black families in the 21st Century through addressing the economic disparities that

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What Is Humanizing Education? Part 2: Good Intentions Alone, Not Enough – GDN Exclusive

Doing to others, particularly children, what was done to us is often not a choice. It is our inheritance and

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Georgia State Legislators Break Up Communities to Deny a Voice to Voters in Communities of Color

The SPLC released the following statement in response to Georgia’s new congressional and state legislative district maps from Poy Winichakul,

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Preparing for the Voting Rights Battle Ahead in Early 2022

In 2021, 440 bills to restrict voting access were introduced in 49 states. Nineteen states passed 34 new laws making

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The Third Reconstruction: Finishing the Job

Educate, organize and mobilize:  (Reprint of Dec. 2014 article) provides ongoing commentaries and news to get the masses of

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They Call It “Political” But What Is It Really? GDN Exclusive

This is something we hear often, “I’m not political.” What does one mean when they say this? I suggest what

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Leandro: Helping Our Community Help Itself

“I don’t want to ride my bus because they are loud and I get home late. I have bipolar disorder

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Studying Political Science Motivates College Students to Register and Vote – New Research Shows

The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Community college students who take political

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