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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.

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SNCF Scholars Participate in Important Policy Briefing at Forward Together Moral Movement People’s Lobby & Advocacy Day 

Events & Activities

  • Schools at Risk Teach-In, Louisburg College, September 18 @ 7pm

    August 15, 2014

    On September 18 at 7pm, SNCF members and supporters will host a teach-in on public education at Benson Chapel on the campus of Louisburg College. The teach-in will focus on North Carolina’s at-risk schools and education system and take a look at the past, present, and future of education in our state.   Follow

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  • 2014 NC Women’s Summit Sponsored by Women AdvaNCe, September 26, Raleigh NC

    August 14, 2014

    Women AdvaNCe has announced the 2014 NC Women’s Summit, “Connecting Communities – Creating Change,” to be held at the Talley Student Union in Raleigh, North Carolina on September 26.” The event is co-sponsored by Women AdvaNCe, the Women’s Center at NCSU, and the Southern Oral History Program at UNC-CH, and will offer a day of critical thinking, ...

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  • SNCF News, Summer 2014

    August 1, 2014

    Scholars for North Carolina’s Future’s most recent newsletter has been published. To read about our recent activities, such as participation in the Moral Monday People’s Lobby & Advocacy Day and screenings of Moral Movies in Winston-Salem, click here. Follow

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  • SNCF Members Speak At “Forward Together Moral Movement People’s Lobby & Advocacy Day,” May 27, 2014, Raleigh

    May 29, 2014

    This past Tuesday, May 27, 2014, 7 SNCF members participated in “Forward Together Moral Movement People’s Lobby & Advocacy Day,” laying out the positive benefits that would come to North Carolina from repealing the legislation of last year that has threatened many of the state’s most vulnerable residents. Speakers and topics covered included: Voting Rights - Dr. Stephen ...

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