North Carolina's organizations, a highly incomplete list

Here you'll find a list of organizations active in North Carolina. Most entries link to a website for the organization. Otherwise, you'll find some other contact information for them.

Obviously this list doesn't include all organizations in North Carolina. Not even close. This prototype list just illustrates the format this list will take when complete.

Please help improve this list. Please submit corrections and additions.

We can sort the organizations that make up our movement into three categories:

  1. 1. Issue organizations

    These organizations seek to unite and represent people that share their views on a particular issue (or on a set of issues).

  2. 2. Identity organizations

    These organizations seek to unite and represent people who share some commonality, often the commonality of belonging to the same oppressed group.

  3. 3. Infrastructure organizations

    These organizations seek to serve the whole movement by providing something needed by many organizations.

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Issue organizations

Economic justice

Workers' rights

(Though one could think of them as issue organizations addressing the issue of workers' rights, you'll find labor unions under Identity organizations.)

A healthy world

Peace

Immigrant rights and issues

Education, public schools

Electoral politics and parties

Multi-issue coalitions

Social reform, general human rights, good government, and miscellaneous

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Identity organizations

African-Americans and allies

Latinas and Latinos

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Two-Spirit, Questioning, Asexual, and allies

Local community areas

Unions

Women

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Infrastructure organizations

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