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Groups gather to support immigrants, Congressional Reps invited but no show

February 24, 2017

A broad movement of immigrants, refugees, members of the faith community and many more constituents have turned to their elected congressional representatives across the country, urging them to stand against President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. In Greensboro, about 100 people from Church World Services, New Arrivals Institute, African Services Coalition, FaithAction International House, many other […]


Author speaks on White Supremacy

February 21, 2017

Author and historian, David Billings served as the guest speaker at the Doing Our Work Series session on January 25-26. Hosted by the Guilford Anti-Racism Alliance, the Doing Our Work education sessions consist of a series of monthly presentations from Fall 2016 to Summer 2017, featuring experts that can address various race-related topics such as […]


Key changes in lifestyle can decrease cancer risk

February 17, 2017

One of the most feared words in the language of any society are the words that denote cancer. Even though the outlook for treatment of many cancers has improved, the word sends chills up and down the spines of most people. What is more important though is the fact that most people are not aware […]


Barber: We stand together for justice

February 17, 2017

RALEIGH – “We march as not a spontaneous action but a movement that stands upon deep foundations of organizing that have gone on for years setting the groundwork for times such as this,” said N.C. NAACP President, Rev. William J. Barber II at the Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ) People’s Assembly Coalition march on […]


Get ready for the Oscars

February 17, 2017

The 89th Academy Awards will air Sunday, February 26. After last year’s shutout of African Americans being nominated, this year’s Oscars boast six stars from the silver screen with a chance to take home a golden statue. Ruth Negga has been nominated in the Best Actress category for her portrayal of Mildred Loving in the […]


International Civil Rights Center and Museum honors activists

February 10, 2017

The International Civil Rights Center and Museum (ICRCM) in Greensboro hosted its annual fund-raising gala at The Elm Street Center on Saturday, February 4. The museum recognized civil rights activist, Diane Nash with the Alston-Jones International Civil and Human Rights Award for her integration and organization of the Freedom Riders and helping with the passage […]


Put on your marching shoes!

February 10, 2017

Moral March on Raleigh Saturday, February 11, 2017 Gather across the street from the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium 2 East South St. Raleigh, N.C. Gather and Rally at 8:30 a.m. March begins at 10 a.m. The Moral March on Raleigh is part of a love and justice movement. We fight for an intersectional agenda to support […]


A&T snaps 22-game skid

February 9, 2017

Junior guard, Sam Hunt, scored 31 points on 9-of-12 shooting to lead the North Carolina A&T Aggies to an 86-78 win over Allen University Tuesday night at Corbett Sports Center. The win against the Allen Yellow Jackets, an NAIA Division II team, ends the Aggies’ 22-game losing streak. NCA&TSU (2-22) led 44-38 at halftime and […]


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 […]


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