Recent News

  • Open Letter Condemning the Arrest of Legal Observers on August 28, 2020

  • Launch of #MyVoteMyVoice

  • #CounselorsNotCops: The Need For Police-Free Schools in Wake County

  • Students, Advocacy Organizations Urge Wake County Schools to Fund #CounselorsNotCops

  • Make a Voting Plan

  • North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Eases Access to Voting for Nearly 1.3 Million Medicaid Recipients

  • Harrison Raises $2,000 For The Youth Justice Project

  • Letter of Support for Executive Order No. 158 Furthering Fair Chance Policies in State Government Employment

  • Protecting Democracy and Securing the Future

  • Court Continues to Uphold Injunction Against North Carolina’s Discriminatory Voter ID Law

  • Federal Order Mandates Some Protections for North Carolina Voter Safety

  • North Carolina State Board of Elections Upholds Election of Challenged Wayne County Candidate

  • Candidate Bevan J. Foster to Appeal Election Protest Decision of Wayne County Board of Elections

  • SCSJ Partners on Campaign to “Make Good Trouble” and Increase Voter Registration

  • NC Flag

    Voting Rights Organizations Provide Guidance to North Carolina Counties on Addressing Potential Early Voting Issues

  • Education Justice Alliance, Students from Enloe High School, and SCSJ Demand that the Wake County School Board End the School Resource Officer Program and Terminate Contracts with Local Law Enforcement Agencies

  • Justice

    Wayne County Board of Elections Upholds Election of Challenged Minority Candidate

  • Public Interest

    SCSJ’s Chief Counsel for Voting Rights and Interim Executive Director Wins 2020 David Carliner Public Interest Award