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Jun 16, 2020

NC LGBTQ leaders say more work to be done after Supreme Court decision on workplace protections

“We now have an opportunity. When [HB142] sunsets, cities can pass these non-discrimination ordinances. We hope that the NC General Assembly will pass the Equality for All Act.”

Jun 16, 2020

NC LGBTQ Leader on Supreme Court Ruling: ‘I Was Nothing Short of Floored’

"This ruling by the Supreme Court is nothing short of a hard-fought victory for our communities."

Jun 16, 2020

U.S. Supreme Court: Employers can’t discriminate against gay, transgender employees

“The Court’s decision will directly impact millions of people across the country and allow them to both live authentically in the workplace and care for their families with respect and dignity.”

Jun 16, 2020

'Today we celebrate:' Supreme Court rules employers can't discriminate based on sexual identity, orientation

"This was, frankly, in the midst of a pandemic, in the midst of this uprising, and with the makeup of the court, was not expected."

Jun 15, 2020

ENC Condemns Trump Administration’s Rollback of Healthcare Protections for Transgender People

"Rolling back healthcare protections for our communities during this time is nothing short of cruel, and this administration continues to flaunt -- even celebrate -- its cruelty.”

Jun 15, 2020

Supreme Court Affirms Federal Employment Nondiscrimination Protections for LGBTQ Americans

Today in a historic decision, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed that companies can’t unfairly fire or otherwise discriminate against LGBTQ people in the workplace.

Jun 12, 2020

Remembering Pulse: Hate Will Not Win!

What will it take to end this epidemic of violence?

Jun 10, 2020

#TheTimeIsNow To Support LGBTQ Youth

This Pride month and leading up to Give OUT Day on June 30, we’re spotlighting four very special rural youth from across North Carolina.

Jun 5, 2020

State of Equality: June Newsletter

"It is more important than ever to celebrate our resilience, make our voices heard and continue resisting oppression."

Jun 3, 2020

Ames Simmons: Things White People Can Do To Show Up In This Moment

Policy Director Ames Simmons offers resources for fellow white people in the movement against police brutality.

May 29, 2020

Equality NC Statement On The Murder Of George Floyd

Equality North Carolina expresses solidarity with the righteous anger on display in the wake of yet another senseless act of brutality against a black American.

May 29, 2020

LGBTQ Organizations Unite to Combat Racial Violence

“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.”

May 11, 2020

The Census's Sex Question Sucks. But LGBTQ People Should Still Fill It Out

ENC Policy Director Ames Simmons spoke to VICE about why it's so important that LGBTQ folks complete the census.

May 4, 2020

Equality North Carolina: The Path Forward

Our latest article in QNotes outlines our organization's pandemic response efforts.

Apr 23, 2020

Equality North Carolina Releases Final Round Of 2020 Electoral Endorsements

This final batch of endorsements coincides with the launch of the organization’s PAC website portal.

Apr 23, 2020

Equality North Carolina Endorsed Candidates 2020

ENC will continue to roll out more endorsements in the coming weeks and months.

Apr 16, 2020

We're Here To Help

As we learn to navigate this new reality together, health -- both physical and mental -- is central to the conversation for ENC.

Apr 15, 2020

State of Equality: ENC April Newsletter

In the time since we last spoke, our world has changed beyond recognition.

Apr 9, 2020

Join Us Virtually!

Please, join us as we come together and support one another during this time of isolation and need.

Apr 7, 2020

Equality North Carolina Is Here For you

These are scary times, and ENC is committed to being your voice and support system as we decipher this daily shifting landscape together.

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