Posts Tagged North Carolina

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Image of the Day: Students at UNC Refuse to Go Home Until Racist Statue Is Gone

It’s the first week of school at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill but thanks to the administration’s cowardice and inaction, students are missing classes to hold a sit-in at the Silent Sam confederate monument.

It’s the first week of school at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill but thanks to the administration’s cowardice and inaction, students are missing classes to hold a sit-in at the Silent Sam confederate monument.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch

Attorney General Loretta Lynch makes history defending transgender people

Yesterday, the Department of Justice filed its lawsuit against North Carolina’s HB2, the state’s anti-trans “bathroom bill,” after NC Governor McCrory responded to the thread of lawsuit by suing the federal government.

Yesterday, the Department of Justice filed its lawsuit against North Carolina’s HB2, the state’s anti-trans “bathroom bill,” after NC Governor McCrory responded to the thread of lawsuit by suing the federal government.

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Google User Maps Safe Bathrooms in North Carolina

In the wake of Governor Pat McCrory signing HB2 into law in North Carolina, a Google user has created a “Safe Bathrooms” map that uses toilet paper icons to designate bathrooms that are safe for trans and gender non-conforming people in the state to use.

In the wake of Governor Pat McCrory signing HB2 into law in North Carolina, a Google user has created a “Safe Bathrooms” map that uses toilet paper icons to designate bathrooms that are safe for ...

Governor Deal

The differing responses to anti-LGBT laws in Georgia & North Carolina

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announced Monday that he will veto HB757, Georgia’s version of a so-called “Religious Freedom” bill. Let’s be honest, he did this because everyone was looking at Georgia and major corporations threatened to boycott. The reaction to a bigoted law in North Carolina at around the same time has been very different, though.

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announced Monday that he will veto HB757, Georgia’s version of a so-called “Religious Freedom” bill. Let’s be honest, he did this because everyone was looking at Georgia and major corporations threatened to boycott. ...

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Not In My Name

Yesterday, with an efficiency that would have been impressive were it not so horrific, the North Carolina GOP called a special session of the General Assembly, introduced and passed a bill gutting local anti-discrimination protections, and got the Republican governor Pat McCrory to promptly sign it into law.

Yesterday, with an efficiency that would have been impressive were it not so horrific, the North Carolina GOP called a special session of the General Assembly, introduced and passed a bill gutting local anti-discrimination protections, and got ...

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