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Jul 26, 2023

Recruitment Profile for the position of Executive Director

Equality NC is hiring an Executive Director!

Apr 13, 2023

A Letter from Kendra: Seeing Ourselves in the Movement

And as I continue the work of seeing myself in this movement, I know the time has come for me to take on another role, that of building up infrastructure for our liberation. So I have made the bittersweet decision to leave Equality NC in late 2023 to continue my path of servant leadership to the scaffolding of this movement.

Jan 11, 2023

Serving Our Communities for MLK Day

Here some upcoming events and opportunities to support social justice in our communities.

Nov 18, 2022

Equality NC Is Hiring A Policy Director!

We're Hiring!

Sep 22, 2022

K-12 Banned Booklist

Mar 30, 2022

The Importance of Trans Day of Visibility

TDOV is a reminder that visibility comes with a cost, and we ask allies to find ways to amplify your trans friends’ and family members' voices.

Mar 10, 2021

Education Policy: March Newsletter

It is up to us to work together to create spaces for LGBTQ youth to thrive and engage in their learning and social development.

Mar 1, 2021

Teaching systemic racism in NC sparks backlash, KKK editorial cartoon

A divided State Board of Education will revisit on Wednesday proposed changes to what public school students learn about the U.S. in social studies classes.

Mar 1, 2021

Will NC collect data on LGBT people and COVID?

The CDC called on states to begin tracking gender and sexual identity in their COVID-19 data. Will North Carolina take their advice?

Mar 1, 2021

Group pushing for lessons on racism, gender equality in NC schools

Big changes could be made in an effort to make your child’s classroom more inclusive, but it would require a revision to the social studies curriculum.

Feb 11, 2021

Wise Project Connects Generations of LGBT Community in NC

Wise Project Connects Generations of LGBT Community in NC

Feb 8, 2021

Education Policy: February Newsletter

On this Black History Month, let’s honor the present and celebrate the future.

Feb 4, 2021

'What was your legacy?' Young LGBTQ people advocate, work to challenge stigmas in rural North Carolina

‘Ok, I have to do something. How am I going to make meaningful change?’

Oct 5, 2020

Education Policy October 2020 Newsletter

There are crucial ways that you can get involved and take action. We’re here for you along the way.

Sep 15, 2020

Calling All Rural LGBTQ Youth: Apply For The RYE Fellowship!

Over the course of a year, Fellows develop and cultivate a project that meets the needs of queer folks living in rural parts of our state while receiving one-on-one mentorship and leadership development.

Sep 11, 2020

Census 2020: We're Running Out of Time!

With the Trump administration shortening the census deadline, Americans only have until September 30th to make sure that they -- and their loved ones -- are counted.

Jun 17, 2020

Rural LGBTQ Youth Need Your Support!

At Equality North Carolina Foundation, we’re looking for ways to plug into this moment and uplift the young leaders who will be the architects of change in our country in the years to come.

Mar 17, 2020

COVID-19 Pandemic: An Ongoing List of Resources

ENC will update this page with community resources as they become available.

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