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Find resources to help with equality, justice and race issues

We don’t have all the answers, but we do have a lot of local resources to help you navigate this difficult time in our communities regarding race and equality. For people looking for resources, we have provided a list of them below to help you be an ally and navigate this time.

ACLU and other justice resources

Congressional Black Caucus
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
ACLU of North Carolina

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ( NAACP )
NAACP North Carolina
South Central Wake County NAACP NAACP Raleigh-Apex Branch NAACP Wendell-Wake County Branch NAACP Chapel Hill/Carrboro Branch NAACP Durham Branch NAACP Fayetteville Branch NAACP Northern Orange County Branch Tips on how to talk about race and other issues: 10 Tips for teaching and talking to kids about race from MomsRising : 1. Start Early By 6 months of age babies are noticing racial differences; by age 4, children have begun to show signs of racial bias. Let your child know that it’s perfectly okay to notice skin color and talk about race. Start talking about what racial differences mean and don’t mean. 2. […]

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