Hundreds of North Carolinians — including native-born and immigrant Americans as well as undocumented — gathered in Bicentennial Plaza in Raleigh Wednesday afternoon in protest of the Trump Administration’s policy directing families to be separated at the border. A policy
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
Raleigh, NC | Community members gathered Wednesday for a candlelight vigil, prayers, die-in, and Chinese lantern send-off for each one of the victims of the #SantaFeShooting. A gathering to remember the victims of Sante Fe and all other acts of gun
Carolina Peace Center supports nonviolent, peaceful struggle for the rights of marginalized communities. Honored today to stand by Rev. Barber in Moral Monday Poor People’s Campaign.
Faisal Khan spoke at the Democratic Party town hall this evening in Dare County, Outer Banks, addressing the challenges in the party and strategies moving forward. He was also asked to talk about Carolina Peace Center and the work we do.
Great turnout of teachers, students, parents and activists to support and show solidarity to our NC teachers and education in Releigh. Carolina Peace Center supports for a better pay for our teachers and more funding for a quality education. North
Amazing march and rally today in Raleigh, North Carolina joining students movement “March for Our Lives” across the nation. Estimated 13,000 came out today to march from downtown Raleigh to Halifax Mall for a rally and speaker’s event. The March
Raleigh, North Carolina Great turnout of many groups and organizations showing solidarity and unity. Carolina Peace Center was honored to be part of such a prestigious march. This is an amazing symbolic and uplifting event that takes place every year.
December 3, 2017 – Great turnout of constituents to oppose Trump-GOP tax bill at CCB plaza in Durham today. Wonderful speakers who raised serious questions about this tax bill and how it will affect their lives. The Senate version of
Rise to the Occasion Civic Engagement and Challenge of Activism North Carolina State University This evening I was honored to speak at North Carolina State University. My aim was to invigorate and motivate students towards the direction of becoming active citizens
October 25, 2017 I was honored today to be invited at the Islamic Center of Raleigh to speak middle school students of Al-Iman school. The talk took place in the praying area. The focus of my talk was on activism
A Day Long Gathering To Help Build A Perfect Union A great event organized by Chapel Hill & Carrboro NAACP at the Peace and Justice Center. I’m honored to speak with some inspiring speakers including Ragging Grannies. Racism and white
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.
#Charlottesville Durham, North Carolina People of all backgrounds and colors came out in droves to stand together in solidarity against the hatred and bigotry that has become all too common in the United States. People from all walks of life,
#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
Protesters gathered on Tuesday outside UNC’s Center for School Leadership Development to voice their disapproval for the proposed UNC Board of Governor’s litigation ban against UNC Law School’s Center for Civil Rights. The BOG’s education policy committee met in the building Tuesday to decide
On April 20th, 2017 the Democratic Party Voter 2018 Strategic Forum was held at the Umstead Park United Church of Christ. Organized by the Carolina Peace Center (CPC) in cooperation with the Indivisible Triangle Daily Call to Action, a panel
Carolina Peace Center Founder Faisal R. Khan spoke at the Chapel Hill Town Hall on Friday,