Mid-May polling was often split on partisan lines, but North Carolinians were generally supportive of more police scrutiny.
We can’t talk about police reform in North Carolina without talking about the racist origins of policing in America and in the South.
There’s a lot of nuance to police reform. Here’s what you need to know about Black Lives Matter's impact on races for the NC General Assembly.
A new state report says the rate of traffic stops for Black drivers in NC is more than twice that of white drivers and almost 1.5 times that of other races.
Multiple North Carolina lawmakers slammed city police for their handling of the June 2 clash in uptown Charlotte, which followed George Floyd's killing.
Supporters of the movement point out that many of the reforms enacted in recent years have not ended police brutality.