Public charge law changed in September 2022, and immigrants should know that they and their families can access many of the public benefit programs they need without worry, if they are eligible. Watch this video for the latest information on public charge and how it may affect you.
El Colectivo NC strongly rejects anti-immigrant and xenophobic bills that have been introduced (most of them had already been vetoed) in the General Assembly, as well as similar bills that will be introduced in the following weeks. The HB10/SB 50, HB40, HB63, HB64 and SB49 bills not only harm local families but our community as a whole. These bills are based on racism, hate, xenophobia, and misinformation and only put immigrants, minorities, and LGBTQ youth at risk.
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RALEIGH, NC – Leading up to the May primary election, a coalition of nonpartisan grassroots groups and organizations will host the first-ever Candidates Forum on March 31 at 6:30 pm at 2616 S. Saunders St. in Raleigh....
The NC Collective organized a candlelight vigil for immigration rights. It was held in front of the offices of Senator Thom Tillis in downtown Raleigh. More than 20 community leaders from different regions of North Carolina attended the event.
As the SCOTUS decision looms, the Latino community says abortion rights are immigrant rights. Local Latinx community organization El Pueblo recently attended actions that included a caravan rally and a community party to celebrate North Carolina's progress in ending the cruel practice of shackling incarcerated pregnant people and to stand in solidarity as the Supreme Court of the United States
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Schools play a critical role in promoting equity in learning and health, especially in groups disproportionately affected by COVID-19. People living in rural areas, people with disabilities, immigrants, and people who identify as American...
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is reporting the first pediatric flu-related death for the 2023-2024 flu season. A child in the western part of the state recently died from complications associated with influenza infection. To protect the family’s privacy, additional information will not be released.