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Fat shaming is wrong and harmful

February 9, 2017

As society changes, we are seeing more people vocalize their displeasure with how others may live their lives. Obesity seems to be one of the conditions to which some are very negative. Fat shaming is a term that is used to describe this. Fat shaming is the act of poking fun of someone for being […]

N.C. author tells why new Emmett Till book is about stopping violence against Blacks

February 3, 2017

Given all of the major media headlines since it’s January 31 release, it’s easy for the public to think the new book, The Blood of Emmett Till (Simon and Schuster) is mainly about the confession by Carolyn Bryant, the Mississippi White woman whose lie in 1955 caused the brutal lynching and murder of 14-year-old Emmett […]

Lady Aggies win 3rd straight

February 3, 2017

DURHAM – North Carolina A&T women’s basketball team picked up their third straight win with their 62-38 victory over rival North Carolina Central at McDougald-McLendon Arena in Durham on Saturday afternoon. Junior Michelle Fitzgerald had a career-high 17 points to go along with two assists, four rebounds and a block. First-year guard Dana Brown scored […]

Gate City residents protest Trump’s immigration ban

February 3, 2017

City leaders, refugee resettlement agencies, refugee leaders, faith leaders, elected officials and concerned residents joined together on Friday, January 27 in downtown Greensboro to denounce President Donald J. Trump’s executive action on immigration and refugee resettlement. Less than one week as president, Donald Trump has signed various executive orders, including one that bans immigration to […]

Thousands march in Greensboro for women’s rights

January 27, 2017

  Downtown Greensboro was a sea of pink shirts and signs this weekend as thousands gathered to march in the Triad North Carolina Women’s March, part of the national effort, the Women’s March on Washington. The call to march to address women’s issues attracted millions marching in solidarity world-wide with more than 600 sister marches. […]

Film focuses on High Point’s Civil Rights Movement

January 27, 2017

HIGH POINT – Residents and High Point University students got a glimpse of High Point during of its most volatile periods. The documentary, “The March on an All-American City,” was directed by High Point resident Phyllis Bridges. She also owns Yalik’s Modern Art. The film viewing took place on Saturday evening (Jan. 21) at the […]

Having compassion is good for one’s health

January 27, 2017

Many people have noted that the mood of the country has changed. There seems to be a change in how some are behaving. People for some reason have been given license to mistreat others. Some would even say that civility is now dead. Political correctness has been thrown out of the window and it is […]

Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

January 20, 2017

Greensboro residents, young and old joined together this week to honor the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrated on the third Monday of January, Martin Luther King Jr. Day has become a day of volunteer community service. To kick off MLK Day, the City of Greensboro Human Relations Commission held […]

Police records not public record

January 20, 2017

Several dozen Greensboro residents marched to City Council offices on Wednesday morning to participate in a “People’s Document Search” at the Melvin Municipal Building. The group included members of a “Document Search Team” who were arrested by police for trespassing as they requested that the city release the investigative files for the June 27 incident […]

Late 3-pointer cost Aggies a loss to UMES

January 13, 2017

Maryland Eastern Shore put together a 3-point shooting display late against the North Carolina A&T women’s basketball team to leave Corbett Sports Center Monday afternoon with a 60-57 win. The Aggies (5-11, 1-2 MEAC) split their first Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference home stand after beating Delaware State on Saturday. But they nearly took both games after […]

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