Updates from Labor Committee

Labor was on the move this past month of May. On May 16th, we joined the historic 20,000 teachers' rally in Raleigh to demand the General Assembly reverse its defunding of our public schools (while removing funds from public schools to fund private schools and vouchers), provide the classroom resources our students deserve and pay teachers and staff the salaries that respect their critical positions in our schools. Of course the rally that won national attention, along with other teacher revolts around the country, is only the beginning. The NC General Assembly just passed a budget and continued tax cuts that benefit the wealthiest individuals and corporations among us without debate and

Membership Drive

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP's branch membership drive is starting now! Join us through August 31st as we strive to increase our membership by 100 members! We're asking each of our current members to recruit at least one new member before August 31st and to consider changing your Annual Membership to a Subscribing Life Membership. Adult annual memberships are just $30 per year and silver subscribing life memberships are $750 (can be paid in increments of $75 over 10 years). Learn more about membership types at https://donate.naacp.org/page/-/images/memberform.pdf. As a little incentive to help us towards our goal, the top 3 recruiters will receive prizes including gift baskets and gift car

Branch Statement on Carrboro 1/2 Cent Tax

May 22, 2018 Dear Mayor Lavelle and the Board of Aldermen, The Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP supports the ½ cent tax increase to support the Affordable Housing Fund in Carrboro, though we also want to draw attention to areas of concern we have regarding how the money will be spent. There is a well-documented need for more affordable housing in our region. There is an estimated market gap of 4,932 housing units affordable to households earning less than $20,000 who live in Orange County. Additionally, there are many people living in existing affordable housing who potentially face displacement, including residents of mobile home communities in Carrboro. Average apartment rents in our regi

Statement on Silent Sam

NAACP Chapel Hill-Carrboro Branch Statement supporting removal of Silent Sam The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) supports the immediate removal of the Silent Sam statue from the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill campus. To anyone that values human dignity, the Silent Sam statue blatantly celebrates the well-established myth of white superiority and the degrading inhumane violence necessary to maintain it. To the old racist order of North Carolina, Silent Sam is a valiant and nostalgic guardian of the honor of southern white women. Between the narrow differences of these perceptions lies the justification f


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Carrboro, NC 27510


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