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This month, ENC is observing Black August, a month-long period of remembrance about the history of anti-Black, violent, systematic oppression in this country and the giants and revolutionaries who laid the foundation for the work of our movements today.
In honor of Black August, ENC is celebrating the work and sacrifices of our Freedom Fighters and liberation movements through a one-of-a-kind ENC Black August t-shirt, with proceeds going to the QTIPOC Survival Fund.

"Black Resilience" t-shirt

All new ENC Crew members (with a donation of $35 or more) will receive our gorgeous "Black Resilience" t-shirt!

The shirt details the numerous movements and acts of resistance that began within the month of August, including the March on Washington, the Haitian Revolution, Nat Turner’s Rebellion, Watts Uprising and so many others.
By joining the ENC Crew you will be the first to know of late breaking news, obtain early access to candidate and elected official events, and most importantly receive information on how to advocate for our most vulnerable communities so we can be counted, represented, and have our voices heard.

Equality North Carolina is the oldest statewide organization in the country dedicated to LGBTQ Rights -- and we want you to be a part of that legacy! By becoming a member you'll also get insider intel into our work and exclusive access to our events.

Join us today! We can't win this fight without you.

Membership is valid for one year.

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