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
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.
Carolina Peace Center is delighted to announce that Faisal Khan has been elected to a three-year term on the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina’s Board of Directors. His aim is to represent his community of all religions, secular, color,
Faisal Khan of Carolina Peace Center was invited on Sunday to speak to members of the African American community in Manteo about how as a community they can work on overcoming challenges dealing with poverty and the effects of it
Faisal Khan of Carolina Peace Center spoke at an event Saturday afternoon by invitation of the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Outer Banks. He spoke to what Islam says about justice, and he discussed his personal experience living as a
Dare County | Carolina Peace Center is delighted to announce that Faisal Khan has been invited to an Outer Banks (Eastern shores of North Carolina) meeting of people who are politically active and interested to learn more about community organizing
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
Carolina Peace Center is grateful to all who donated items for the Greensboro relief. We are thankful to the Christian and Muslim community coming together and making generous donations of non perishable items, food, toiletries, diapers, some medical supplies and