May 30, 2020 Press Release

ATLANTA — “Sixty-five years have passed, and I still remember the face of young Emmett Till.  It was 1955.  I was 15 years old — just a year older than him.  What happened that summer in Money, Mississippi, and the months that followed — the recanted accusation, the sham trial, the dreaded verdict — shocked the country to its core.  And it helped spur a series of non-violent events by everyday people who demanded better from our country.  

“Despite real progress, I can’t help but think of young Emmett today as I watch video after video after video of unarmed Black Americans being killed, and falsely accused.  My heart breaks for these men and women, their families, and the country that let them down — again.  My fellow Americans, this is a special moment in our history.  Just as people of all faiths and no faiths, and all backgrounds, creeds, and colors banded together decades ago to fight for equality and justice in a peaceful, orderly, non-violent fashion, we must do so again.

“To the rioters here in Atlanta and across the country:  I see you, and I hear you.  I know your pain, your rage, your sense of despair and hopelessness.  Justice has, indeed, been denied for far too long.  Rioting, looting, and burning is not the way.  Organize.  Demonstrate.  Sit-in.  Stand-up.  Vote.  Be constructive, not destructive.  History has proven time and again that non-violent, peaceful protest is the way to achieve the justice and equality that we all deserve. 

“Our work won’t be easy — nothing worth having ever is — but I strongly believe, as Dr. King once said, that while the arc of the moral universe is long, it bends toward justice.”

Alamance County Board of Commissioner Meeting

Monday, June 1 at 9:00 am AGENDA Packet

To make a comment by phone, call 336-290-0403 on Sunday and leave a message, including name, address, topic and phone number.

The meeting will be livestreamed on the county’s Youtube channel, and there will be links on the county’s website and Facebook page. Websites are and

Are You A Proud Alamance Democrat?

Farmer Kim Colvin is a proud Democrat because she wants a more just and equitable world for herself and her children

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Alamance Connects:

Local Health Care Workers

Thursday, June 4th at 7pm, Eric Henry and Ricky Hurtado for NC House​ will speak about their recent Alamance Connects conversations with local health care workers and some of the challenges ahead.
RSVP here and come with questions!

Fundraiser for JD Wooten

Join us for a Virtual Fundraiser on June 3rd at 6:00 pm with special guests Chief Justice Cheri Beasley of the NC Supreme Court and NC Attorney General Josh Stein!

This election determines who draws the electoral maps for the next decade, we need to pick up at least 5 seats for a majority, and SD-24 was the 3rd closest race that did not flip in 2018. Simply put, Democrats need SD-24 to take the NC Senate majority in 2020, and we need your support to make that happen!

If you would like to pay by check, please email us at to be added to the guest list. Sign up HERE

The Zoom link will be sent to all registered guests on May 20th. 

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