It’s Black History Month in North Carolina, and many of our state’s most significant moments are still seriously overlooked.
A state law with racist roots has long barred people on parole from voting or registering to vote. Courts ruled it unconstitutional this year.
Madmen, mobsters, and racists took NC to a dark place 123 years ago. I fear Trump-backed insurrectionists would lead us to a similar hell.
After the Civil War, news of Emancipation took months to wind its away across the South. Enslaved workers at Stagville, one of NC largest plantations, met the news with hope and resilience.
Civil Rights Groups Turn to Courts for Help Toppling North Carolina Confederate Statue.
Cal Cunningham, who’s running against Tillis, focused on voting and police reform in a town hall with civil rights icon William Barber II.
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