Anna attends a rally in Hillsborough, speaking out against both gun violence and white supremacy.
Today’s the anniversary of the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, but the fight goes on – especially in the wake of two tragic mass shootings.
Anna’s back from the national NAACP convention in Detroit, where she heard from ten presidential candidates – and picked up a pair of awards.
With a budget fight ongoing and Medicaid expansion at the center, Anna explains why the Medicaid issue is a civil rights issue.
Discussing a disappointing Supreme Court ruling, Anna and Aaron establish a rule: you can be despondent and give up for five minutes, but then it’s time to get back to work.
Anna discusses an upcoming book read on Reconstruction, and the ongoing debate over HB370 in the General Assembly.
It’s budget season at the state and local level – and public education funding is high on the list of issues.
Anna discusses the NAACP’s upcoming Pride Month event, which will highlight out civil rights activist Bayard Rustin and his connection to Chapel Hill.
James Williams reflects on his 50th high school reunion – the changes we’ve seen, and the changes we haven’t. Also, we talk gerrymandering as the Supreme Court nears a decision.
Anna and Aaron discuss the Board of Governors’ non-decision on Silent Sam; Anna plugs an upcoming event on civil rights hero Bayard Rustin to mark the 50th anniversary of Stonewall.