Scholars for North Carolina’s Future (SNCF)

SNCF is an organization of people in higher education committed to using knowledge across a variety of disciplines to foster informed conversations about North Carolina’s history and current challenges.


JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: SNCF Seeks Part-Time Project Coordinator

Events & Activities

  • Job Annoucement: SNCF Seeks Part-Time Project Coordinator

    May 3, 2015

    Scholars for North Carolina’s Future (SNCF) is a non-profit organization that encourages faculty and graduate students to share research-based knowledge with the public in order to promote just, equitable, and democratic public policy in North Carolina. As the Program Coordinator for SNCF, you will play a leading role in 1) providing support to faculty and ally ...

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  • April 7, 2015, 7pm: Town Hall Meeting on the History of Racism and Lynching

    April 7, 2015

      April 7, there will be a Town Hall Meeting on the History of Racism and Lynching, 7-9pm, Social Sciences Rm 139, Duke University Why is the noose such a violent symbol? Come discuss recent racist acts on Duke’s campus and elsewhere in an open forum with fellow students and faculty experts. Speakers: Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Adriane Lentz-Smith, Wahneema Lubiano, ...

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  • March 14, 2015 – Norma Rae, Past & Present. Event Location: Raleigh

    March 12, 2015

    On Saturday, March 14 in Raleigh, NC Women United is sponsoring a screening of Norma Rae followed by a panel discussion about women in the work force and labor movement, workers’ grassroots activism, and the historical and current issues facing North Carolina workers, especially women. Refreshments provided by Triangle Progressives: Traction. Free and open to the ...

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  • April 10, 2015 – North Carolina in Dialogue: Our Past, Present & Future

    March 12, 2015

    On Friday, April 10th, Western Carolina University will host an interdisciplinary symposium focusing on North Carolina’s politics, history, and culture titled “North Carolina in Dialogue: Our Past, Present, and Future.” The symposium includes panels on public education, foodways and farming, social change, and politics. The keynote event will be provided by Harvey Gantt, pioneering civil ...

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