About the Coalition

We are a statewide coalition of students, staff, faculty, and community members fighting to stop Senate Bill 575 from silencing 22,000 of our university community’s most vulnerable.  Recently, we voted to call ourselves the Coalition for Workplace Democracy.

Organizations on board:

UNC-Chapel Hill Student Action with Workers

UNC-Chapel Hill NAACP

UNC-Chapel Hill Students for a Democratic Society

NC Defend Education Coalition

UNC Black Student Movement

United with the Northside community NOW

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

Alianza

UNC Sierra Student Coalition

Chapel Hill Friends Meeting Peace & Social Concerns Committee

Chapel Hill Community Church Unitarian Universalist (UU) Peace & Justice Committee

Minister Robert Campbell, Rogers Eubank Neighborhood Association/Coalition to End Environmental Racism (RENA/CEER)

Duke Student Action With Workers

Black Workers for Justice

North Carolina Justice Center

STAND UNC

Campus Y

North Carolina AFL-CIO

Triangle Jobs with Justice Organizing Committee

Triangle Central Labor Council

Triad Central Labor Council

Teamsters Local 391

UNC National Lawyers Guild

SEANC District 25

Twin Steams Educational Center’s Peace 1st Project

Orange County Peace Coalition

Feminist Students United

UNC – Greensboro Students for  a Democratic Society

UNC – Greensboro International Socialist Organization (ISO)

Progressive Faculty Network

North Carolina State University Students for a Democratic Society (NCSU SDS)

UE Local 150, the NC Public Service Workers Union

North Carolina Conference of the American Association of University Professors (NC-AAUP)
To be added to the list of supportive organizations comment below.

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