Category Archives: Updates

Regular updates about R2J

Project Pamlico Fundraiser Begins Today!

Today we kick-off our Project Pamlico fundraiser! In order to provide learning and information sessions in Pamlico County this fall, we need your support. R2JNC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, so your donation is tax-deductible. Please consider making a gift today.  Where will your donation go? Roads to Justice NC works hard to keep costs […]

The Importance of Education in Advocacy

Decisions will be made that affect your life, whether you’re the one that makes them is up to you. In the legal world, you may forfeit rights you didn’t even know you had or you may make poor decisions based on faulty information. Knowledge is critical. Roads to Justice North Carolina provides education to women […]

Roads to Justice Open House

May 2, 2014 6-9 pm Email or call (919)442-8782 for address (in Raleigh).  We are hosting an Open House! We are bursting at the seams with excitement over the latest developments at R2J and we want to share them with you. Come by anytime- we’ll be providing food and drinks, and talking about our […]

Welcome Sarah Jessica Farber, our newest board member

Roads to Justice is excited to announce the addition of our newest board member! Sarah Jessica Farber is a solo practitioner in Raleigh, North Carolina, with a statewide criminal defense practice in criminal trials, appeals, and post-conviction litigation in our state and federal courts.  She is a life-long lover of the printed word, and majored in English […]

R2JNC on Hiatus

We remain committed to providing legal education and promoting communication in North Carolina. We expect to be back at work in the Spring of 2014. Please stay tuned!

R2JNC Fundraiser

Attention supporters! We are kicking off our first ever fundraiser. We plan to raise $5,000 by November 10. We’ve worked so far using our own funds, but the time has come to kick it up a notch. We’ve been able to accomplish a lot, but with your help, the results will be amazing! You can […]

Talking about Poverty with Children

Sesame Street is debuting a new muppet, a seven-year old girl named Lily, who is dealing with what is euphemistically called “food security issues”. Currently she is scheduled to appear in only one show.  Sesame Street and other PBS shows seems to be a rare area where people living in poverty as well as the affluent and […]