Durham for Organizing Action works toward social justice by defending democracy and fighting racism, sexism, economic injustice, and all forms of oppression.
Come to Our Next Meeting
Join us for the next Durham for Organizing Action organizational meeting on Monday, June 25th from 6:45pm to 8:45pm at the Stanford L. Warren Library, 1201 Fayetteville Street, Durham, North Carolina 27707. All are welcome! Spread the word!
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UPDATES AND ACTIONS
When: Sunday, June 24, 2018 from 1:00 PM 5:30 PM Where: Peak of the Vine, 115 N Salem Street, Apex NC 27502 (map) Join FLIP NC for our monthly Wake County canvass and happy hour debrief. We'll meet at Peak of the Vine in Apex for a brief training and return after...read more
Join Dave and his supporters at the event that will officially kickoff his campaign. Learn why Dave is running and why you should support his vision for Durham's legal system. When: Friday, June 22, 2018 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Where: Hayti Heritage Center, 804 Old...read more
Durham, NC is joining with people from across the nation to go to Washington, DC for the June 23rd Poor People's Campaign Call to Action Rally. This rally is the culmination of six weeks of nonviolent moral direct action to launch a multiyear campaign to challenge...read more
On May 16, it's personal. Despite an economic recovery since the crash of 2008, NC state lawmakers refuse to invest in our public schools. On the first day of the 2018 legislative session, thousands of North Carolina educators are taking a personal day to be in...read more
Somebody's Hurting Our People & It's Gone On Far Too Long! We are one of over 30 states across the country and in Washington, DC heading to their state capitols on May 14 to force a serious national examination of the enmeshed evils of systemic racism, systemic...read more
This Mother's Day, SONG is running a campaign to bail out as many Black women, broadly defined, across the South as we can. More than often, people are sitting in cages because they cannot afford to pay bail. SONG crews will be participating in bail outs and holding...read more