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It’s Time to Talk about Race and Justice

In Charlotte, Civil Rights, criminal justice, Education, Home, Local Level Advocacy, North Carolina, Policy, Queens University, Racial Justice, Racial Justice - Local Level Advocacy, Racial Justice - State Level Advocacy, Restorative Justice, Social Change, Social Justice, State Level Advocacy by Donna TarneyLeave a Comment

In the 1960s and 1970s, an interesting notion took shape in the United States: racial colorblindness. The idea, which was born in mostly white communities, was that we had advanced …

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2019 Agenda: Ready for Change!

In Affordable Housing, Charlotte, criminal justice, Home, Local Level Advocacy, National Advocacy, Racial Justice, Racial Justice - Local Level Advocacy, Racial Justice - State Level Advocacy, Refugee, Social Change, Social Justice, Welcome the Stranger by Donna TarneyLeave a Comment

On Thursday, January 24th over 100 people gathered in the Belk Chapel Rotunda in the name of Social Justice. There were men and women from all walks of life representing …

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Agenda for Justice 2019: We Need You

In Affordable Housing, criminal justice, Diversity, Faith, Local Level Advocacy, Policy, Politics, Racial Justice, Racial Justice - Local Level Advocacy, Racial Justice - State Level Advocacy, Social Justice by Donna TarneyLeave a Comment

Over the past two years, the Stan Greenspon Center and our coalition partners successfully advocated for many of the most vulnerable in our communities. Together we improved judicial outcomes for …