March 23, 2015
Join the movement to expand health coverage in North Carolina!
Tuesday, March 24, 8:30 am at 16 West Jones Street, Raleigh, NC 27601
Join advocates from across the state at the NC General Assembly to show your support for closing the Medicaid coverage gap. Help make sure 500,000 hardworking North Carolinians gain access to health coverage!
Please note the new date and location for Raise Up Greensboro, 3/12/15!
See the calendar for details.
Home healthcare aids care for our ill loved ones, and work in one of the fastest growing professions in the country, yet the majority of them work irregular hours and are paid poverty wages. Thats why all across the country and now in NC, homecare workers are joining the #Fightfor15 and union rights!Read more
The upcoming battle in the courts to challenge North Carolina's voter suppression law will be the first since Shelby, the 2013 Supreme Court decision to gut the Voting Rights Act. When the trial starts this summer, North Carolina will be the epicenter of the voting rights struggle of 2015. North Carolina MUST be represented at the Selma Jubilee commemoration.
There is still time to sign up and be a part of this historic event!Read more
Rescheduled to March 12, 2015, due to weather.
Do you live in the Triad? Join low-wage workers as they demand a living wage and union rights at the Greensboro People's Assembly on February 26th! (Rescheduled to March 12 due to weather.) There will be People's Assemblies held in Raleigh, Greenville, and Charlotte in March.
The time is now to demand economic justice for all!Read more
On Valentine's Day, 2015, people from across North Carolina and the nation gathered to show their love for justice and civil rights for all in the 9th Annual Moral March on Raleigh.
Click "Read More" below for more pictures from the Moral March on Raleigh.Read more
We are marching to support high quality, well-funded, diverse public education! Why do you #MoralMarch?
We are marching for Medicaid Expansion and healthcare for all! Why do you #MoralMarch?