We are the National Coalition For Men Carolinas (NCFMC), a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit organization. Our organization was formed in July of 2013 by parents of college-aged men who had been falsely accused of Title IX related sexual misconduct. Outraged by how accused male college students were presumed guilty and then denied fundamental due process rights, the group organized and received provisional status operating as a NCFM chapter in September 2013.
The mission of the National Coalition For Men Carolinas (NCFMC) is ending harmful discrimination of men and boys. In this regard and based on the experiences of our membership, NCFMC has become a prominent national advocate on behalf of boys and men who have been denied basic human rights as a result of bias and/or discrimination based on sex (i.e. being male).
In keeping with our charter, NCFMC educates the public about relevant and timely men’s issues providing a strong community voice on behalf of men and boys.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is the nation's benchmark civil rights legislation, but does it continue to resonate in America today? The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. While much progress has been made in various areas of civil rights, there is overwhelming evidence that men's rights are being violated at an alarming rate.
Suzanne Venker has written extensively about politics, parenting, and the influence of feminism on American society. In her article entitled Men -- the new second class citizens, Venker writes "The truth is, men have become second-class citizens...From boyhood through adulthood, the White American Male must fight his way through a litany of taunts, assumptions and grievances about his very existence. His oppression is unlike anything American women have faced. Unlike women, however, men don’t organize and form groups when they’ve been persecuted. They just bow out of the game."