Social Justice Outreach & Community Programming

These programs connect the work and resources of the Stone Center with outside communities and seek solutions to socio-economic and other inequities that affect the quality of life.

Communiversity Youth Programs

A program of after-school enrichment programs managed and run by UNC-Chapel Hill student volunteers. The program provides cultural literacy enrichment, academic enhancement, and established mentor relationships for K-12 students in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro School System.

Our Children’s Place (OCP)

OCP is a residential initiative allowing young children (babies and preschoolers) to live with their mothers while the women serve out their sentences for nonviolent offenses. Contact Melissa Radcliff at 919-843-2670 or email

Building Bonds, Breaking B.A.R.S

Building Bonds, Breaking B.A.R.S is a student organization that allows UNC undergraduate students to serve as mentors to students in the C.A. Dillon Youth Development Center. Building Bonds also conducts campus programming and community initiatives to spread awareness about the disproportionate number of African-American males in the juvenile justice system.  Contact Building Bonds at 919.843.1865 or

Building Bonds End of Year Report