R - Civil Rights, Social Actions & Advocacy

Equity Books

Our goal is to support minority authors and put more inclusive books out into the world. Part of that is via Little Free Libraries, which have increasingly popped up throughout the country. One of our goals is getting Little Free Libraries installed around Charlotte in parks and greenways--really anywhere that makes these books easily accessible to the public. When we look at locations, we look at a couple of things: Who are the people we can help educate, and how can we make sure our slogan (#SeeYourselfInBooks) is reflected in the communities we bring books to?

Never Alone Advocacy

Never Alone Advocacy is non-profit organization focused on advocating for those affected businesses sexual harassment, assault, rape, suicide and retaliation. Our organization is comprised of survivors, victim advocates, attorneys, healthcare professionals, families of survivors, and service members from across all branches of the U. S. Armed Forces,


Action4Equity seeks to advocate for equity for students in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools in academic achievement, access to high quality instruction, and safe and healthy school environments. We believe that these goals will help build a more effective and stronger community in Forsyth County, NC.

You Can Vote

You Can Vote (YCV) works to ensure all eligible North Carolinians can vote to build long-term participation in our democracy. We register, educate, and mobilize voters through 1:1 conversations. Using community organizing, evidence-based best practices in voter engagement, low-literacy bilingual educational materials, and state of the art technology, we prepare people to vote and help them become lifelong voters.

A Therapist Like Me

A Therapist Like Me is a non-profit, 501(c)3 dedicated to connecting minority-identifying clients to minority-identifying therapists, advancing therapists of color, providing financial gifts to minority-identifying clients for psychotherapy, reducing societal stigma surrounding mental health, and supporting our community.