Weeks after peaceful marchers were pepper-sprayed on the way to the polls, Black Lives Matters supporters will be back in Alamance County this Sunday.
A longtime NC advocate for Latino residents says the state is reckoning with a powerful new bloc of voters that could change party politics.
Three NC women who worked to turn out the vote this election talk about the stress of waiting for election results, and the future.
After a peaceful voter turnout rally was violently and abruptly shut down in Alamance County this weekend, organizers pledge to return on Election Day to urge voters to the polls.
Law enforcement in Alamance County, a hotbed for racial tensions, fired pepper spray to disperse a permitted protest and march to the polls.
The Sept. 19 incident was recorded after a neo-Confederate group held a pro-Trump rally in Alamance County.
A Democrat candidate for an open legislative seat questions his GOP opponent on Confederate decision.
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