HBCU Student Action Alliance
North Carolina A&T State University

Located in Greensboro, North Carolina A&T State University serves over 10,000 students and is the largest historically black college or university in the nation.

Common Cause North Carolina is proud to work with the talented students at NC A&T, helping them engage in their democracy. To learn more about our Democracy Fellows program at NC A&T, please contact Reggie Weaver, college outreach coordinator with Common Cause NC, online here.

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NC A&T students, administration speak out against gerrymandered districts splitting their campus

Prompted by a letter from students, NC A&T State University spoke out against gerrymandered congressional districts that divide the campus of the nation's largest HBCU. More

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Thousands of NC citizens pack Raleigh for 2017 Moral March

CCNC Democracy Fellows from HBCUs in the Triangle and the Triad joined thousands of North Carolina citizens taking a stand for voting rights at the 2017 HKonJ Moral March in Raleigh. Watch

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NC A&T students speak out on campus gerrymandering

Students at NC A&T State University, the nation's largest historically black college or university, recently spoke out against new congressional voting maps that leave their campus split into two districts. Watch

Meet our Democracy Fellows at NC A&T

Ivy Ferrell
Year: Senior
Major: Political Science

Brian Boone
Year: Senior
Hometown: Charlotte, NC
Major: Political Science

Kamry Stanford
Year: Junior
Hometown: Durham, NC

See what our Democracy Fellows are doing
on each of these HBCU campuses:
Bennett College Fayetteville State University NC A and T University
NC Central University St Augustines University Shaw University
Winston-Salem State University



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