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Fight back with the dollar and the vote

January 26, 2018

WASHINGTON – Galvanizing people to spend money with Black-owned businesses, make deposits in Black-owned banks and voting for a mid-term election result that would cause Black Caucus members and Democrats to chair U.S. House and Senate Committees are the necessary keys to maximize Black economic growth this year, according to top financial experts. “The year […]

Aggies remain unbeaten in MEAC 5-0

PRINCESS ANNE, MD. – North Carolina A&T is getting an education on playing in and winning close games, and thus far the Aggies are getting very high marks. In their latest drama-filled, suspenseful thriller, the Aggies got a big 3-pointer from junior Femi Olujobi and a critical steal from junior Aaren Edmead to down Maryland […]

Social media cannot replace social contact

A lot of chatter has been heard in the media as of late detailing our state of loneliness. You would think that since we are the most connected people that we have ever been (via cell phones) that loneliness would not be an issue. Everyone has a cell phone. Millions of people document their lives […]

Alston announces run for Guilford Commission

Guilford County Commissioner Melvin “Skip” Alston, who won a special election in May 2017 to fill the unexpired term of former Commissioner Ray Trapp, announced today that he will run for re-election to serve out the last two years of Commissioner Trapp’s term on the Guilford County Board of Commissioners District 8. “With the current […]

Whitfield Honored

January 19, 2018

Former Greensboro resident Fred Whitfield is an alumnus and a former Southeast Guilford High School basketball player. He is a graduate of Campbell University and received his law degree from North Carolina Central University School of Law. Whitfield is now the Chief Operating Officer and part owner of the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets. He has given […]

What is “Seasonal Affective Disorder” or SAD?

January 18, 2018

Some people love the wintertime. They love the cold, the crisp morning air, the wearing of winter clothing, the winter sports and everything that comes with the winter months. Others dread the winter months. They do not care for the cold, they do not enjoy that crisp morning air, they miss the prolonged sunshine, and […]

Greensboro Celebrates King

A sea of parade floats, cars and marching bands flowed down Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Greensboro on Monday, as hundreds gathered to honor the life and legacy of civil rights activist, Martin Luther King Jr. The national holiday is observed on the third Monday in January, and fell on the civil rights icon’s […]

Anthony Anderson returns to host NAACP Image Awards

January 11, 2018

The 49th NAACP Image Awards will air on Jan. 15 at 9 p.m. on the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. The two-hour live TV special can be viewed on TV One with a one hour live Red Carpet Pre-Show at 8 p.m. Netflix and OWN lead this year’s nominations in the television categories with 23 […]

Deacs notch first-ever win over Syracuse, 73-67

WINSTON-SALEM – For the first time in program history, Wake Forest men’s basketball defeated Syracuse, 73-67, in the Demon Deacon’s ACC home opener Wednesday evening at the LJVM Coliseum. The Demon Deacons (8-6, 1-1 ACC) entered Wednesday’s game with an 0-5 series record against the Orange (12-3, 1-1 ACC) as they won the first ACC […]

Redrawn Congressional Districts Struck Down

A federal three-judge panel for North Carolina’s Middle District struck down North Carolina’s 2016 congressional plan as an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander. That 2016 plan was developed after a federal court invalidated two congressional districts as unconstitutional racial gerrymanders. When the N.C. legislature acted to “remedy” that racially gerrymandered plan with an unabashed and admitted partisan […]

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