As we build towards a better future, we must write the present. The stories we share now will shed led light to our truth. Ella Baker said once- “give light, and people will find the way.” Consider this a call to tell people your stories of struggle and resilience. Our stories are people power, and with people power, we will unearth the change we have long-awaited.
Ignite NC fellows showed up for their communities all across NC! Catch up on their latest efforts.
Our Comms Fellows highlight the student town hall at App State, and a series of sexual and interpersonal violence workshops at UNC.
Alumni Spotlight: Avery Walter
Avery shares their experience organizing at App State.
Ignite NC is taking time off from the fellowship program to focus on a strategic alignment and integration process.
David Okoth, Comms Fellow, talks with first generation-North American, queer folks about their experiences at these intersections. Check it out Below!
Pleasure Activism Book Club
If you signed up for the Pleasure Activism Book Club, at the Ignite NC Alumni Reunion 19, you should have received a follow up email. If you weren’t contacted, tell Femi!
Have you been impacted by tuition hikes, problematic housing practices, or any similar problems at a university within the UNC School System? If so, please tell us your story!
We will make a book with your stories and distribute copies to community members to compel them to support you and to build new communities.
We empower young people with basic organizing skills to aid in the transformation of culture and policy throughout the state of North Carolina.