Carolina Peace Center was founded by Faisal R. Khan with the purpose of promoting lawful non-violent activism and advocacy for marginalized and at-risk communities.


Carolina Peace Center will cultivate justice and peace across diverse social and political groups by building grassroots networks to educate and advocate for systemic change.


We seek to unite secular and faith communities to collaborate with local, state, and national political and community leaders to produce non-biased policies and laws that protect all people in North Carolina and beyond.


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June 28th, 2019: Press Conference – ‘What’s Happening at the Border?’

June 28th, 2019 Please join Press Conference, Rally and next steps to address the current living conditions of migrant or refugee children at our Southern US border that has reached to an unprecedented level of inhumanity and an abysmal state. 
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June 26th, 2019: Panel Discussion – “The Pro-Life Movement Does Not Represent My Faith”

This summer, CPC will be actively participating in numerous events organized to advocate for our community. June has been host to much action and activism, and we are looking forward to more! June 26th, 2019 Panel Discussion: “The Pro-Life Movement
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EVENT: No Muslim Ban Press Conference

Friday, June 29th at 11:30 am Carolina Peace Center held a press conference to show support to Muslim Americans and Muslims standing up against religious bigotry and racism. The Carolina Peace Center called the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold President
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EVENT: Families Belong Together

Hundreds gathered to protest the separation of migrant families at the border. RSVP on Facebook. WUNC coverage Carolina Resistance coverage N&O Coverage La Conexion coverage ABC coverage
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Durham Community Conversation on Structural Racism

Racism: Community Conversation on Structural Racism, Accountability and Police State

Great event this evening in Durham on much needed topic that must take place across the country. Great panelists discussion on the following questions below. You can watch the entire talk on the event page (see previous post). Durham police
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Love a Muslim Day

#LoveAMuslim #LoveAMuslimDay Muslim and non-Muslim community members met in the spirit of solidarity and humanity to stand up against Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate.
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