Video: NCPPC Delivers Letters to Legislators, March 4

On Monday, March 4, the North Carolina Poor People’s Campaign delivered letters with the demands of the National PPC: A National Call For Moral Revival to all 170 North Carolina Representatives and Senators. Once again, Legislative Aides for House Speaker Moore...

Letter in Mountain Xpress on Health Care

As of Dec. 1, 600,000 uninsured North Carolinians will become eligible for lifesaving health care. While the move is to be applauded, we should remember that the state “reformed” (privatized) Medicaid for those on the rolls already, and that lawmakers resisted taking this federal money for nearly a decade while thousands of poor and low-wealth people died from lack of care – at the rate of one or two every day.

NCPPC and Democracy Out Loud Press Conference

In collaboration with the North Carolina Poor People’s Campaign and 7 Directions of Service, Democracy Out Loud will hold a press conference and protest on Tuesday, October 10th at 11:30 am to urge legislators to protect North Carolinians’ right to vote freely and...

Letter to Hickory Daily Record on Redistricting

This week, Hickory is one of three locations scheduled for hearings on redistricting in North Carolina. While the current redistricting plan can be aptly analyzed as a partisan power grab by the General Assembly’s Republican majority, its purpose and its effects are far more devastating. It is an immoral effort to dilute and silence the voices of people of color, low-income North Carolinians, and other marginalized communities, so that the General Assembly can continue its war on education and the environment, and against Black and brown folks, women, LGBTQ+ people, and the poor.

NC General Assembly: Cease & Desist From Immoral Attacks

NC General Assembly: Cease & Desist From Immoral Attacks On Democracy & Deadly Policy Violence North Carolina is in a state of emergency. We’re facing crises of poverty and low wages, a lack of healthcare, underfunded public education, voter suppression,...
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