Watch a recording of the July 15 webinar, “Balancing the Scales: The Injustice of Confederate Monuments in Public Spaces,” presented by NC CRED.
Archives for June 2020
‘Second Chance Act’ Signed into Law How Can the NC Judicial College Help Combat Systemic Racism? Chapel Hill council changes police policies, plans dialogue Hearing Impacted Voices: A Moderated Panel […]
Watch a recording of the June 29 webinar “Policing and Racial Justice: Where Do We Go From Here?” presented by NC CRED.
If We Truly Value Black Lives, End Stand-Your-Ground Veteran NC civil rights lawyer: The meaning, impact and promise of the Racial Justice Act Being Teargassed Never Leaves You. That’s Why […]
Improving The Administration Of Justice By Eliminating Racial Inequality In The Criminal Justice System
NC CRED looks forward to working with Governor Cooper’s newly established Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice. Read our statement here.
Superior Court Orders North Carolina to Take Action to Stop the Spread of COVID-19 in State Prisons Hope for People Who Say Racism Tainted Their Death Sentence Explaining Racial Inequity […]
NC CRED among organizations to provide consultation to newly established Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice.
NC Chief Justice Beasley Addresses the Intersection of Justice and Protests around the State A message from NC State Bar Association President Colon Willoughby “Beneath the New Normal: A Statement […]
“We must come together to firmly and loudly commit to the declaration that all people are created equal, and we must do more than just speak that truth. We must live it every day in our courtrooms. My pledge to you today is that we will.”