Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP Rallies to Promote Early Voting –


Educators and community members discuss history of lynchings in Orange CountyThe Daily Tar Heel

Youth organizers reflect on a summer of protests and what comes next – The Daily Tar Heel


Reforms in the local criminal justice system aim to address racial disparities – The Daily Tar Heel

July 30, 2020: The NAACP Responds to Racism – WCHL

Artists, activists commemorate Black Lives Matter movement with murals – The Daily Tar Heel

Virtual Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP Summit Pushes for Police Reform – Indy Week

Chapel Hill council ends chokeholds, some traffic stops toward reimagining police – The News & Observer

Diverse group gathers in Chapel Hill for social justice rally – WRAL-TV

Photo Gallery: Protesters Kneel in Chapel Hill, Gather at Peace and Justice Plaza –

Here are some Black-owned businesses you can support in Chapel Hill and Carrboro – The Daily Tar Heel

Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP holds virtual scholarship fundraiserThe Daily Tar Heel

NAACP's Moral March focuses on climate activism, equity and votingThe Daily Tar Heel

Chapel Hill passes fund for criminal justice fee relief – The Daily Tar Heel

N.C. ACLU and other groups file lawsuit over health risks to prisoners during pandemic – The Daily Tar Heel

'What an incredible injustice': UNC criticized for handling of racist past – The Daily Tar Heel

Former N.C. chief justice's portrait removed from courthouse over slave trader past  – The Daily Tar Heel

'The next generation of leaders': Chapel Hill and Carrboro youth plan MLK celebrationThe Daily Tar Heel

NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet to Feature Activist Bree Newsome​ –

'A good friend and community member': Local NAACP president honored by state branch The Daily Tar Heel

Local NAACP chapter protests UNC Police's handling of Confederate group with guns – The Daily Tar Heel

Rally at UNC-CH for better race relations WRAL-TV


How can Chapel Hill-Carrboro schools improve racial equity? Some say they could listen.The News & Observer

Would the Mandarin magnet program at Glenwood Elementary cause more racial inequity? – The Daily Tar Heel

Local NAACP Lobbies for Chapel Hill Affordable Housing Bond

Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP named 2017 North Carolina branch of the year The Daily Tar Heel


Welcome to the website of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Branch of the NAACP!  The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.


PO Box 1236 

Carrboro, NC 27510

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