URGENT Call to Action: Emergency Relief for Rohingya 

Apex, North Carolina An emergency relief event for Rohingya was organized this evening by the North American Bangladeshi Islamic Community (NABIC) at Apex Masjid, North Carolina. The event was divided in there parts. Fundraiser for humanitarian assistance, advocacy and ground

Call to Action: Stand Up for DACA

October 2 – A DACA march and rally to support Dreamers took place earlier today in Raleigh, North Carolina. An amazing turnout to show support for immigrants and DACA recipients. A march started in downtown Raleigh ending at the Halifax

Call to Action: United for Mexico and Puerto Rico

September 22 – An event organized by the local Mexican community to remember those who passed away in Mexico and Puerto Rico took place this evening in Raleigh, North Carolina. Emotional members of the Mexican community were present holding candles, flags

Call to Action: Rally for Rohingya Muslims 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina September 18 – A rally for Rohingya Muslims, organized by Carolina Peace Center, took place at the Peace and Justice Center in Chapel Hill. Somber and heartbreaking stories were told by local Rohingya members of the

Rohingya Genocide – Letter to Republican Congressman Ed Royce

September 15 – A letter was sent to congressman Ed Royce (R) of California. In March, Mr. Royce the House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman delivered an opening statement at a Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission hearing entitled “Human Rights of

Rohingya Genocide – Letter to Democratic Congressman David Price

September 5 – This afternoon I visited Congressman David Price office to discuss the humanitarian crisis and genocide taking place in Myanmar aka Burma. An official letter from Carolina Peace Center was delivered. We are requesting an immediate relief to

Call to Action: Unite for a Hate Free America

Cary, North Carolina On August 20, 2017 – the community came together as ONE, united front for a hate-free America that celebrates diversity and binds us under the same banner of humanity in Cary, North Carolina. CPC Founder Faisal R.

Rally for Charlottesville – Martin Luther King Garden

#Charlottesville Raleigh, North Carolina August 14, 2017 – Carolina Peace Center founder Faisal R. Khan was honored to speak with some wonderful activists at Martin Luther King Garden in Raleigh, North Carolina. Great turnout of diversity, the event was held to