Across the Carolinas, LGBTQ youth are safe spaces with which to gather with their peers and to receive valuable guidance from adults.
A longtime leader of the progressive movement, Rev. Dr. William J. Barber of the NAACP of North Carolina will step down as leader of the state’s chapter to focus on a revival of Dr. King’s 1967-8 Poor People’s Campaign. The New Poor People’s Campaign under Rev. Barber will renew the spirit of “moral movement” and activism.
Whether you are a white person looking to be an ally to people of color, a cisgender person looking to be an ally to the trans and gender nonconforming community or a straight ally to the lesbian, gay and bisexual community, there are some key points in common that will help you be a better friend and champion to those in your life in a less privileged position than yourself.