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The Carolina Latinx Center (CLC) began as a task force in 2009 and later transformed into the Carolina Latina/o Collaborative. In 2019, ten years since its inception, the CLC became a full fledge center, located at Abernathy Hall. The CLC has been a partner of the UndocuCarolina initiative since it’s establishment. We are grateful to the CLC for their ongoing support.


The Duke Law Immigrant Rights Clinic engages students in efforts to advance the rights of non-citizens through litigation, education and outreach, and policy advocacy. In collaboration with UndocuCarolina, attorneys from the clinic have served as legal experts during the UndocuCarolina/LatinxEd K-12 Ally Trainings. Note: The clinic does not do general intakes.



The UNC Humanities for the Public Good Initiative (HPG) supports publicly engaged scholarship at UNC-Chapel Hill. Through grants and campus support, HPG has been instrumental to UndocuCarolina’s growth.



Latinx Education (LatinxEd) is a non-profit educational  initiative in NC providing targeted, multi-year support to Latinx students and immigrant families striving for higher education and greater opportunity. In early 2022, LatinxEd and UndocuCarolina hosted their first K-12 Educator Ally Trainings where educators from across NC had the opportunity to learn how undocumentation affects school-aged students and their families.



Attorneys from the Raleigh Immigration Law Firm serve as legal experts during the UndocuCarolina Ally Trainings. During their session, the Raleigh Immigration Law Firm educates Allies about the U.S. immigration system. The law firm actively takes new clients and hosts virtual talks in English and Spanish.




Comprised of the Sonja Hayes Stone Center for Black Culture and History/IAAR, the Carolina Latinx Center, the Asian American Center, and the American Indian Center at UNC-Chapel Hill, the Alliance draws on their expertise to address issues of equity and justice. UndocuCarolina looks forward to the growing partnership with the Alliance.