Since its inception, the Freedom Center has been involved in social justice and civil rights efforts nationwide. We are currently engaged in the planning and organizing efforts of several key campaigns, including the North Carolina NAACP-led Moral Monday Movement that has become a model of effective intersectional organizing for many other states. We work closely with clergy, particularly clergy in the Black church traditions, as well as activists, youth organizations and legislative groups to counter the oppressive laws and policies that negatively impact the LGBTQ community, people of low wealth, immigrants, people of color and youth in the state.
Our staff is engaged in educational efforts and speaking engagements as well as the advancement of initiatives like the FCSJ-led campaign #NoMoreWedges/#NoMasCunas. This is a multi-year effort to ensure that those not committed to justice and equality for all not be allowed to place wedges on the bases of race, class, immigration status or sexual orientation between us as a community.