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  • Moral March 2018: Taking the Resistance to the Ballot Box!

    Join us for the 12th annual Moral March on Raleigh and Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ) People’s Assembly on February 10, 2018. This annual mobilization of the HKonJ Coalition brings together justice loving people from across the state and nation to stand against the legislative attacks on the people of North Carolina and to continue to fight for our moral agenda.

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  • Commemorating the 1968 “I AM” Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike

    Fifty years later, North Carolinians are coming together to remember the strikers with a National Moment of Silence on February 1st and a special event featuring William “Bill” Lucy at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, February 4th in Greensboro.

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  • “Fair Courts” Events Happening Across North Carolina

    Attend one of these 90-minute town halls, hosted by Progress NC and NC Voters for Clean Elections, where local legislators and other experts will be invited to address our community’s concerns, and we’ll provide the latest ways to help you fight back for fair courts. 

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  • NC A.P.R.I. 43rd Annual Banquet and Birthday Celebration (4/15)

    Under the theme of “Resilience: Maintaining Through The Struggle, the North Carolina A. Philip Randolph Institute will host its 43rd Annual Banquet and Birthday Celebration on Saturday, April 15, 2017 in Raleigh, which will include a theatrical presentation in honor of Mr. Randolph with cast members from various local chapters. Wake County Commissioner Jessica Holmes will be the keynote speaker.

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  • Greensboro field hearing on saving our postal service (6/29)

    A Grand Alliance to Save Our Public Postal Service (AGA) will convene 1 of only 5 “Field Hearings” across the country in Greensboro, June 29th, to discuss how healthy and vibrant communities need an efficient and reliable public post office.

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  • NC A.P.R.I. headed to Charlotte for 42nd Annual Banquet (4/23)

    The North Carolina A. Philip Randolph Institute will host its 42nd Annual Awards Banquet on Saturday, April 23 in Charlotte. Mike Stone, Director of the UAW’s Civil and Human Rights Department, will be the keynote speaker.

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  • Duke contingent faculty the focus of Dec. 3 People’s Alliance meeting

    The Durham People’s Alliance will use its December 3 meeting and Progressive Forum to educate about the so-called “gig economy” and the effort by contingent faculty at Duke University to organize with NC Faculty Forward.

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  • International labor convention coming to Raleigh (9/24)

    The International Labor Communications Association (ilcaonline.org) will bring its 60th Annual Convention to Raleigh on Thursday, September 24th, featuring dynamite presenters including AFL-CIO Executive VP Tefere Gebre and leader of the Forward Together Movement, North Carolina’s own, Rev. William Barber!

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  • Women’s Equality Through Time: March and rally (8/28)

    Join us in Durham to celebrate Women’s Equality Day on August 28 with a march and FREE rally organized by our friends at Action NC featuring speakers, performance artists, skits, live music, children’s activities, and food trucks!

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  • Voting Rights March planned for Moral Monday July 13th

    On July 13, the federal court will hear North Carolina NAACP v. McCrory, the lawsuit to reverse North Carolina’s unconstitutional, immoral voter suppression law.

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  • Local AFL-CIO councils to hold legislative meetings in January

    Meet your local lawmakers and learn about our legislative agenda to raise wages and protect working families at upcoming legislative breakfasts and lunches being held in Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Asheville, and Fayetteville in January.

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  • Panel on pending trade deals coming to Charlotte (12/1)

    Join us in Charlotte for an important panel discussion at 6:30 PM on Monday, December 1 and hear from workers, policy experts, congressional representatives, and union members on what you need to know about pending trade deals like TPA, TISA, TTIP, and “NAFTA on steroids” – the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

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  • Moral March to the Polls in Greensboro on 10/23

    Voting rights and worker power will be front and center on Thursday, October 23 in Greensboro when workers, union members, environmentalists, and educators go on a “Moral March to the Polls” to cast their vote for a better North Carolina.

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  • NETWORKS Nuns on the Bus to rally voters in Raleigh (10/4)

    NETWORK Nuns on the Bus are bringing their bus and their nuns the Old State Capitol to rally for voter rights and voter registration at 2:00 PM this Saturday (10/4).

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  • Witness for Peace speaker tour to talk trade in NC

    photo of Julia Vallejos

    This October, Witness for Peace Southeast (WFPSE) is hosting Nicaraguan Fair Trade advocate Julia Vallejos, a founding member of Masili, a workers-owned, fair-trade, women’s cooperative operating in the Free Trade Zone in Nicaragua.

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