HBCU Student Action Alliance
Winston-Salem State University

Founded in 1892, Winston-Salem State University is a member of the UNC system and serves over 6,000 students. Common Cause North Carolina is proud to work with the talented students at WSSU, helping them engage in their democracy.

To learn more about our Democracy Fellows program at WSSU, please contact Reggie Weaver, college outreach coordinator, online here.

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WSSU student leads effort to bring voting site to campus

Rianna Caroway, a senior at Winston-Salem State University and a Democracy Fellow with Common Cause NC, talks about her effort to get a voting site restored on the campus of WSSU. Watch


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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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WSSU students pledge to vote in this year's election

Common Cause NC Democracy Fellows launched our Black Votes Matter campaign on the campus Winston-Salem State University, as dozens of students signed cards pledging to engage in this year's momentous election. More


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Winston-Salem State University students get ready for early voting

With early voting for this year's primary election getting underway across North Carolina, students at Winston-Salem State University motivated their classmates to go to the polls. Watch


Meet our Democracy Fellow at WSSU

Alexandria Turnley
Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Major: Sociology

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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