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A statement from the Members of Down Home Alamance: We love Alamance County. We love the forests here, the fields, the farms, the towns, the businesses, the schools, and the …
A quick primer on how to request, and return your ballot for the General Election in 2020.
Don’t leave the kids out of the conversation. Check out these books for kids across ages.
Purple. Battleground. Whatever you call it: All eyes are on North Carolina this election season. And with 80 of our 100 counties in North Carolina being rural… how we vote …
Madison County is a beautiful place, but its a hard place to live for so many there. How can we change that? We can build power, from the bottom up.
In this moment, Down Home recognizes it is not enough to “stand against racism” but instead to speak out, act out, organize against and actively resist the entire strategic system of white supremacy that continues to exist, including racist vigilante violence and state violence in all its forms.
Solidarity, not charity: An update from Down Home’s Mutual Aid Fund.
Update: This post was originally written on March 15th, 2020 as our beloved North Carolina was only first learning of the impacts that COVID-19 was certainly going to have. Months …
In Jackson County, Down Home member Teri Cole sees issues that we organize around collide: Opioids, COVID19, Poverty and a lack of access to healthcare. But there is one solution that could help all of these crises: Medicaid Expansion.