North Carolina Is All In!

The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is organizing around the nation.

We are challenging systemic racism, poverty, ecological devastation, the war economy and militarism, and our nation’s distorted moral narrative. We are demanding a moral agenda to address these issues because we refuse to give up on the heart and soul of this democracy and our world.

We are people who challenge the false moral narrative of religious and Christian nationalism and who are lifting up a moral vision of justice and love and care for the poor, the stranger, the sick, and the least of these as a guiding moral framework for addressing public policy.

Learn the Facts

Fight the poverty, not the poor. Everybody has the right to live!

North Carolina
Poor People’s Campaign


NC Poor People’s Campaign

Fact Sheet (2020)

NC Poor People’s Campaign

Defund Militarism

NC Poor People’s Campaign

               Child                 Well-being

NC Poor People’s Campaign

Fact Sheet (2018)

Our Committees

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Join Your Local Circle

Don’t see a Circle near you? Help us CREATE ONE!

Title Address Description
Northeastern Circle
Jackson, NC 27845, USA

Covers: Halifax, Hertford, Bertie & Northampton Counties
Contact: Wanda Flythe

Salisbury/Rowan Circle
Salisbury, NC, USA

Covers: Rowan & Iredell Counties
Contact: Mary Walker

Sandhills Circle
Spring Lake, NC, USA

Covers: Harnett, Moore, Lee, Johnston & Cumberland Counties

Contact: Jean Sivoli

Southern Piedmont Circle
Charlotte, NC, USA

Covers: Mecklenburg, Gaston, Cabarrus, Union, Lincoln, Stanly, Catawba, Burke & Cleveland Counties

Contact: Cate DeMallie

Triad Circle
Greensboro, NC, USA

Covers: Alamance, Forsyth, Guilford, Randolph, Rockingham & Stokes Counties

Contact: Thomas (Tom) Clayton

Triangle Circle
Durham, NC, USA

Covers: Durham, Orange, Chatham & Wake Counties

Contact: Christopher Nobblitt

Western Circle
Asheville, NC, USA

Covers: Buncombe, Brevard & Hendersonville Counties

Contact: Leslie Boyd

 Split Screen | Split Realities:

Nonviolent Protests vs. Violent Mobs

Watch here for images from nonviolent protests over the past decade contrasted with images of the violent mob attempting to overthrow the           U.S government in January 6, 2021

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