Supporters and opponents of House Bill 2 rallied in Raleigh on Monday on the first day of the...
The North Carolina NAACP and the Forward Together Moral Movement announced a sit-in at the State...
A member of the so-called “Orange County Five,” a group of elected officials arrested during Moral Monday protests last year, told WCHL on Friday that the Wake County D.A. will drop his case, along with those of his co-defendants.
Nearly 20 people were arrested outside the doors of the state Senate chamber at the North Carolina General Assembly, two days after a judge struck down building rules regarding demonstrations.
Most of the so-called “Tillis 15” who staged an overnight sit-in at Republican State House Speaker Thom Tillis’s office this past Tuesday, and got arrested for it, re-assembled at the Durham office of the NAACP for a press conference Friday morning.Read More
A 78-year-old retired Unitarian Minister from Chapel Hill was one of 14 people arrested for refusing to leave State House Speaker Thom Tillis’s office on Tuesday.Read More