• Thanks for visiting the website of the North Carolina Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans. Our organization, open to male descendants of Confederate veterans who honorably served their country during the War Between the States, is dedicated to honoring their memory and preserving their legacy for future generations. Please join us! Click on the "How To Join" page under the "Membership" tab and get started. Now more than ever, we need to ensure that the contributions of our ancestors and our shared heritage are protected.

    For the South,

    Kevin Stone, Commander
    NC Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans

Tuesday 19 Jan 2021

Is SCV Racist? PDF Print E-mail
Written by James Hicks   
Saturday, 19 December 2009 15:22

Is the SCV a racist organization? Absolutely not! Because SCV symbols, including the Confederate battle flag, have been abused by hate groups and many members of the public do not understand the historical role of the SCV, some falsely assume that any link to the flag implies an endorsement of racism.


This belief is completely false. The SCV strongly condemns racism and abuse of any Confederate symbol, and has taken what action it can to prevent hate groups from abusing its symbols. In fact, the national organization adopted a statement in 1992 renouncing “the KKK and all others who promote hate among our people and dishonor our Confederate flag and emblems” to counter these misunderstandings about the organization and affirm its opposition to racism.

Last Updated on Monday, 22 March 2010 13:23

Division News


A website redesign is underway.  Be sure to subscribe to the Tarheel Divison mailing list to keep up with ongoing activities.

Distinguished Camp Award

Congratulations to the LT. F.C. Frazier Camp, #668, High Point, NC, (Commander Ron Perdue) for winning the 2019  Lt.Col. Tazewell Lee Hargrove Distinguished Camp Award. To learn how your camp can qualify for this prestigious award CLICK HERE.

Best Newsletter Award

Congratulations to the Robeson Rifles Guards Camp, #216, Lumberton, NC, (Commander Paul B. Woody), for winning the 2019 Col. Leonidas LaFayette Polk Newsletter Award. To learn how your camp can qualify for this prestigious award CLICK HERE.

Best Website Award

BEST CAMP WEBSITE AWARD - The 2019 Private Silas Matkins Best Camp Website Award goes to the Columbus County Volunteers Camp, #794, Whiteville, NC (Commander Mike Hollingsworth) CLICK HERE.

NC WBTS 150th Anniversary