National Coalition For Men Carolinas (NCFMC)
We are the Carolinas chapter of the National Coalition For Men (NCFM), a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit organization. Founded in 1977, NCFM is the oldest men's human rights organization in America. NCFM Carolinas is dedicated to ensuring fair and equitable treatment of males. Our mission is to end harmful discrimination of men and boys by educating people on how to become change agents for a better world.
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Falsely accused men EXONERATED!!!
"It is better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer" - English jurist William Blackstone
Brian Banks: #FalseRape Accuser Recants
The inside story on how a private investigator exonerated Brian Banks. Powerful.
FREED AFTER 18 YEARS
This man was falsely accused of rape and it took over 18 years to gain his freedom.
JORDAN JOHNSON CASE
The former University of Montana player was acquitted in a rape trial.
CHRISTOPHER BURROWES CASE
Man who served three years in prison for sexual assault is a free man after judge threw out the wrongful conviction.
PRAISE MARTIN-OGUIKE CASE
Falsely accused, this is the story of student Praise Martin-Oguike who was expelled from Temple University.
DUKE LAX PLAYERS CASE
In this video, Professor KC Johnson, who literally wrote the book (along with Stuart Taylor) about the Duke case, explains what happened in 2006 and how the government and colleges are failing to learn the lessons of the past.
BROTHERS FREED AFTER 31 YRS
Half-brothers convicted of rape exonerated by DNA evidence after being jailed for 31 years.
PERRY & COUNTS CASE
Two men are exonerated in false Central Park rape claim following 26 years after conviction
THOMAS KENNEDY CASE
Man who was falsely accused by his daughter and served nine years in prison for rape is interviewed by Katie Couric.