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It's time to map our future.

Since June 30, 2022, when the U.S. Supreme Court granted review of the North Carolina redistricting case Moore v. Harper, Common Cause NC and Southern Coalition for Social Justice revived an unprecedented campaign to tell our story about our state’s fight for responsive maps and voting access and the impact Moore could have on future elections in North Carolina and across the nation.

Organizing these community conversations will be critical to providing a better understanding of how recent congressional, state legislative, and local redistricting will impact our daily lives. The #MapOurFuture Tour brings experts to your county for in-person and virtual events that show the consequences of new maps and connect redistricting to upcoming elections. Together, we'll talk about the issues that matter most to you, the representation and resources you need, and help shape a collective vision for civic engagement that serves your community.

#MapOurFuture People Over Politics National Advocate Toolkit

Download an educational toolkit for advocates looking to learn more about Moore v. Harper and the movement to fight back by putting people over politics.
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#MapOurFuture People Over Politics North Carolina Advocate Toolkit

Download an educational toolkit for advocates looking to learn more about Moore v. Harper and the movement to fight back by putting people over politics.
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TOUR SCHEDULE - RSVP NOW

In Person (5:30pm)

9.19.2022 | Pasquotank + Camden

Join us in Pasquotank and Camden counties on Monday, September 19, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person (5:30pm)

9.20.2022 | Chowan, Perquimans, Gates

Join us in Chowan, Perquimans, and Gates counties on Tuesday, September 20, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person (5:30pm)

9.21.2022 | Dare County (Manteo)

Join us in Manteo on Wednesday, September 21, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about. RSVP link coming soon!

Virtual

9.22.2022 | Northeast North Carolina Regional Connections

Join us for a virtual event in Northeast North Carolina on Thursday, September 22, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about. RSVP link coming soon!

Virtual + In Person

9.26.2022 | Hertford + Bertie

Join us in Hertford and Bertie counties on Monday, September 26, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about. RSVP link coming soon!

In Person (7pm)

9.27.2022 | Rowan County

Join us in Rowan County on Tuesday, September 27, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

Virtual (5:30pm)

9.27.2022 | Rowan County

Join us in Rowan County on Tuesday, September 27, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person (7pm)

9.29.2022 | Southern Wake County

Join us in Fuquay-Varina, NC on Thursday, September 29, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

Virtual (5:30pm)

9.29.2022 | Southern Wake County

Join us in Fuquay-Varina, NC on Thursday, September 29, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

Virtual

10.3.2022 | Harnett County

State and local advocates are barnstorming the state for a #MapOurFuture tour to build our movement and defeat this latest radical move from Raleigh. Join us for an event in Harnett County on Monday, October 3 where we’ll learn more about Moore’s implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person (7pm)

10.4.2022 | Fayetteville / Cumberland County

State and local advocates are barnstorming the state for a #MapOurFuture tour to build our movement and defeat this latest radical move from Raleigh. Join us for an event in Fayetteville / Cumberland County on Tuesday, October 4 where we’ll learn more about Moore’s implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

Virtual (5:30pm)

10.4.2022 | Fayetteville / Cumberland County

State and local advocates are barnstorming the state for a #MapOurFuture tour to build our movement and defeat this latest radical move from Raleigh. Join us for an event in Fayetteville / Cumberland County on Tuesday, October 4 where we’ll learn more about Moore’s implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person (7pm)

10.6.2022 | Alamance County

Join us in Alamance County on Thursday, October 6, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

Virtual (5:30pm)

10.6.2022 | Alamance County

Join us in Alamance County on Thursday, October 6, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person (7pm)

10.10.2022 | Guilford County

Join us in Guilford County on Monday, October 10, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

Virtual (5:30pm)

10.10.2022 | Guilford County

Join us in Guilford County on Monday, October 10, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person (7pm)

10.11.2022 | Forsyth County

Join us in Forsyth County on Tuesday, October 11, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

Virtual (5:30pm)

10.11.2022 | Forsyth County

Join us in Forsyth County on Tuesday, October 11, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person (7pm)

10.13.2022 | Rockingham County

Join us in Rockingham County on Thursday, October 13, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

Virtual (5:30pm)

10.13.2022 | Rockingham County

Join us in Rockingham County on Thursday, October 13, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person (7pm)

10.18.2022 | Durham County

Join us in Durham County on Tuesday, October 18, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

Virtual (5:30pm)

10.18.2022 | Durham County

Join us in Durham County on Tuesday, October 18, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about.

In Person

10.20.2022 | Martin County

Join us in Martin County on Thursday, October 20, where we’ll learn more about Moore v. Harper's implications for the future of our multiracial democracy and the issues we care about. RSVP link coming soon!

Don't see an event near you? Contact us at communications@scsj.org to make sure our next stop is your county.

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