Blueprint NC is a progressive ecosystem of nearly 60 formal partner organizations and an expanding web of network allies committed to building independent power for an anti-racist, inclusive democracy. We believe that inclusive democracy requires open, reflective, and responsive governing institutions.

We know that structural racism and economic inequalities shrink and weaken democratic processes through laws, practices, and culture that have for too long excluded many - Black people, people of color, poor and working class people, women, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities - from access and representation.

We sustain and grow an expanding progressive infrastructure capable of shifting policy, hearts, and minds. We know that we cannot have an inclusive democracy without clean air and water, access to affordable housing, equitable public education, safe communities, health care because these are necessary pre-conditions of full participation in a democracy that can actually work for all of us.

We are an invitation to movement, and a scaffold for the builders of a North Carolina in right relationship with its people.

New Coming Soon

For more than a decade our partnership has been working to build independent power in North Carolina collecting more than 600,000 voter registration applications, mobilizing millions of voters to cast a ballot, and building a base of leaders across the state. In 2021, partners made over 500,000 (538,000 to be exact) phone calls and door knocks to North Carolinians leading up to municipal elections this fall, over 120,000 non-partisan voter guides were distributed, we hosted our first Spanish language 3-day civic engagement training with over 20 organizations, and 50 progressive non-profit organizations have received critical capacity-building support.

We are thrilled to have a new website in the works for launch in early 2022, that will enhance our ability to amplify the work of our partners, provide updates in real-time, and reflect the breadth of our statewide work.

Learn More Here:

  • Please find our most recent report “How Rural Organizing Can Build Power” on the work we are doing to support groups in Eastern North Carolina’s Black Belt. 
  • For information about how we are broadening our commitment to defending democracy in this time of far-right extremism, please watch Community Safety in a Time of Insurrection  an episode of the Laura Flanders Show on PBS (10.24.21)

Our Partners

A Better Chance A Better Community (ABC2) ⸱ Action Institute North Carolina ⸱ Alliance for Climate Education ⸱ American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina ⸱ Appalachian Voices ⸱ Association of Mexicans in North Carolina (AMEXCAN) ⸱ Beloved Community Center of Greensboro, Inc. ⸱ Black Voters Matter - NC ⸱ Carolina Jews for Justice ⸱ Center for Community Self Help ⸱ Church World Service - NC ⸱ Common Cause Education Fund ⸱ Democracy North Carolina ⸱ Disability Rights North Carolina ⸱ Education Justice Alliance ⸱ El Pueblo, Inc. ⸱ Emancipate NC ⸱ Equality NC ⸱ Fair Elections Center ⸱ Friends of The Earth ⸱ Hispanic Federation ⸱ Institute for Southern Studies ⸱ Inter-faith Council for Social Service ⸱ LEAD NC ⸱ Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law / Julius L. Chambers Center for Civil Rights ⸱ League of Women Voters North Carolina ⸱ NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina Foundation ⸱ NC Congress of Latino Organizations ⸱ National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund ⸱ National Black Worker Center Project ⸱ National Domestic Workers Alliance ⸱ North Carolina A. Philip Randolph Institute, Inc. ⸱ North Carolina A.I.D.S. Action Network ⸱ North Carolina Asian Americans Together ⸱ North Carolina Association of Community Development Corporations ⸱ North Carolina Black Alliance ⸱ North Carolina Conservation Network ⸱ North Carolina Council of Churches ⸱ North Carolina Justice Center ⸱ North Carolina League of Conservation Voters Foundation ⸱ North Carolina PIRG Education Fund ⸱ North Carolinians Against Gun Violence Education Fund, Inc. ⸱ Organizing United for Respect* ⸱ People’s Alliance Fund ⸱ Progress North Carolina ⸱ Siembra NC ⸱ Southeast Asian Coalition ⸱ Southern Coalition for Social Justice ⸱ Southern Vision Alliance ⸱ Toxic Free NC ⸱ Unifour ONE ⸱ Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of NC ⸱ Vote Riders ⸱ WakeUp Wake County, Inc. ⸱ We Are Down Home ⸱ Women AdvaNCe ⸱ Working America Education Fund ⸱ Working Films

If you need to get in touch with us, here's our contact information:

(919) 301-8575

Mailing address:
PO Box 607
Durham, North Carolina 27702

If you need an immediate response contact Roxane Richir at