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58th Sit-In Anniversary Breakfast Celebration

February 9, 2018

White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks and CNN political analyst April Ryan served as keynote speaker at North Carolina A&T State University’s annual gathering to celebrate and remember the courageous act of four A&T freshmen: Ezell Blair Jr. (Jibreel Khazan), Franklin McCain, Joseph McNeil and David Richmond. This yearly tradition commemorates the four […]


Harding sets new JDL 400m record

February 9, 2018

WINSTON-SALEM -The men’s distance medley relay team broke the North Carolina A&T men’s indoor track and field record and moved to No. 1 in the MEAC with a solid performance at the Camel city Invitational. N.C. A&T took first place in the 400 meters and the 60-meter hurdles. The Aggies also had 14 top-10 performances […]


Gala Honors Nation’s Notables

February 9, 2018

On July 25, 1960, Greensboro resident, Charles Bess and three other African American employees took their seats at a newly integrated lunch counter. Fifty-eight years later, Bess talked about how it felt to visit the former F.W. Woolworth lunch counter he worked at for years before he was ever allowed to eat at it. “Every […]


Book Review: Play Big

February 2, 2018

That was the lousiest call, ever. Obviously, the ref wasn’t paying attention. He was looking the other way, he dropped the flag by accident, he must be wearing a blindfold. The ref was wrong, but in the new book “Play Big” by Dr. Jen Welter (with Stephanie Krikorian), the game is right. At first, it […]


At ‘Real State of Our Union’ Trump Derided for ‘White Nationalist’ Conduct

February 2, 2018

WASHINGTON – In stirring comments that were more sermon than speech, Bishop William J. Barber II derided the Trump administration Tuesday night during an “Alternate State of the Union” gathering. As Trump delivered his first State of the Union Address at the U.S. Capital, Barber described him as the end-product of more than 100 years […]


Trump’s State of the Union Address

February 2, 2018

WASHINGTON – These are the best of times for Black workers, President Donald Trump claimed Tuesday night during his first State of the Union Address in which he recognized two Black/Hispanic couples and a Black welder while taking a veiled swipe at the National Football League players who took a knee during the national anthem […]


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

January 26, 2018

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

January 26, 2018

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

January 26, 2018

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 […]


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