Attention all NC Media, lawmakers, and citizens!


Six organizations representing the views of the approximately 80% of North Carolina’s citizenry who oppose college access for illegal aliens will gather in protest TODAY, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009, at the corner of Jones and McDowell St. from 1-3 p.m. with signs and American flags.

Lawmakers and candidates plan to attend and the event will take place rain or shine!

Those that cannot join us on the street are encouraged to drive by and honk their car horns in support or to share their opposition by phone and e-mail to the NC Executive Committee

919.807.6969 or

List of Board Members at…

According to Scott Ralls, president of the N.C. Community College System, NC community colleges are already over capacity with Americans seeking new job training, during the bad economy and “Many students won’t be able to enroll in the courses they need this fall.” (Wilmington Star, July 9, 2009, ‘Community colleges filled to capacity’)

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC), NC Listen, NC Voice, Randy’s Right Blog, Triangle Conservatives, and NC Tea Party Revolution are arranging this protest.

“We speak for the majority of NC’s citizens when we say, ‘no college access for illegal aliens,’” said William Gheen of ALIPAC. “It should be offensive to all Americans, since non-elected officials are about to make this decision, while disallowing public comment at their meeting. How very un-American.”

Reacting to the information presented to the Wilmington Star by N.C. Community College System President Scott Ralls…

“It is an affront to Americans that this board is even considering giving illegal aliens access to our community colleges, at a time when American families are suffering and can’t even get the classes they need. Our focus needs to be on innocent American families and not families who broke into our nation to take what is not theirs.”

More details about this protest can be found at this link…

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