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June 10 online event: A conversation with Bishop William Barber about the crisis in America

Join us Wednesday, June 10 at 3:00 p.m. EDT for a very special (and virtual) Crucial Conversation: A conversation with Bishop William Barber about the crisis in America Click here to register. On June 20th, the National Poor ...
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Report: NC’s failure to expand Medicaid constitutes “violence against the poor”

In late 2016, the North Carolina Poverty Research Fund issued a significant report on state access to health care entitled, “Putting A Face On Medicaid Expansion in North Carolina.” The study not only heavily documented the dramatic economic, social and health costs resulting from the state’s decision to refuse the proffered expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, but it focused (somewhat atypically) on the stories of patients, families, doctors, nurses and other health care providers to illustrate, more concretely, the often tragic impact of the denial of expanded coverage on the lived experience of Tar Heels.

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PW special report: Voices from the pandemic, part 4

Restaurants, streets, parks and bus stops. All empty on a sunny afternoon. Owens Daniels had never seen his city quite like this. A seasoned photographer, Daniels began to document the eerie desolation of Winston-Salem in March, as the COVID-19 pandemic cleared streets, closed businesses and changed lives.

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PW special report: Voices from the pandemic, part 3

Nikki-Miller Ka loves the grocery store. Checking out the fresh produce, stocking her pantry for favorite meals, getting inspiration for new dishes, chatting with fellow customers and check-out folks. But that was before the pandemic. “Now...it’s a very harrowing experience,” she said. Bare shelves. Nervous customers. Exhausted employees.

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May 14 online Crucial Conversation: Prof. Gene Nichol discusses his new book, “Indecent Assembly”

Join us Thursday, May 14 at 12:00 noon for a very special (and virtual) Crucial Conversation: Professor Gene Nichol discusses his new book: Indecent Assembly – The North Carolina Legislature’s Blueprint for the War on Democracy and Equality ...
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PW special report: Voices from the pandemic, part 2

Editor’s note: This is the second in a new series of special reports from NC Policy Watch that we’ve entitled “Voices from the pandemic.” In these brief vignettes, our award-winning team of journalists will share snippets from the lives of typical North Carolinians attempting to cope with and respond to the unprecedented global public health crisis.

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Resource page to accompany April 30 PW Crucial Conversation – The COVID-19 crisis in NC: A conversation with the journalists

The team at NC Policy Watch thanks you for joining our April 30th virtual Crucial Conversations event! Here are links to access the resources mentioned during the webinar. If you would like to donate to the match for ...
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PW special report: Voices from the pandemic

Jessica Richardson is doubling up on the protective face masks these days. She has three children at home to protect, ages 1, 9 and 13. A LabCorp phlebotomist, she works at a doctor’s office in Charlotte, drawing blood from patients. “I double mask,” Richardson said. “I try to stay as positive as possible. I take my daily vitamin and extra Vitamin C.

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April 30 online Crucial Conversation – The COVID-19 crisis in NC: A conversation with the journalists

Join us Thursday, April 30 at 6:00 pm for a very special (and virtual) Crucial Conversation happy hour: “The COVID-19 crisis in NC: A conversation with the journalists” NC Policy Watch journalists have been hard at work (from ...
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Biden surges to victory in NC; Cunningham to face Tillis in Senate race

Governor's race to feature Cooper v. Forest; Runoffs on tap for R's and D's in a handful of congressional and council of state contests; Superintendent Mark Johnson defeated in run for Lt. Gov. Former Vice President Joe Biden was the clear choice of North Carolina Democrats in yesterday's Super Tuesday presidential primary election. The former vice-president and U.S. senator led Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders by a margin XX to XX with XX percent of the state’s precincts reporting.

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