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Eagles defeat ECSU for Oliver’s first coaching victory

September 27, 2019

DURHAM – Trei Oliver celebrated his first victory as a head coach at his alma mater, as North Carolina Central University (NCCU) cruised to a 45-7 triumph over Elizabeth City State University (ECSU)in the Eagles’ home-opener inside O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium on Saturday night. NCCU amassed 391 yards of total offense, paced by rookie quarterback Davius Richard, […]


Not Your Parent’s Old Age

September 27, 2019

Time will pass no matter what but how one uses that time can make a difference. The term “old age” seems to be getting a makeover and it should be as getting older is not what it used to be. More and more people are embracing their older years as a time to still be […]


Barber, Spearman stand with NAACP women against harassment

September 26, 2019

RALEIGH – The former longtime president of the N.C. NAACP has issued a statement saying that he “stands” with the “integrity-filled women elders” of the state chapter of the nation’s oldest civil rights movement in their demand to have a member accused of sexual harassment removed from the organization. The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber […]


NAACP’s 54th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet

September 25, 2019

“Despite what was put on our back. We survived. Because we are the great people,” said Rev. Dr. Leonzo Lynch, senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Charlotte, N.C. President of the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Lynch served as the keynote speaker for the NAACP Greensboro branch’s 54th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet […]


Gift For Life Block Walk

September 20, 2019

Sisters Network Greensboro N.C. will host the 9th annual Gift for Life Block Walk and Health Fair, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 21, at the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club located at 1001 Freeman Mill Road in Greensboro. Sisters Network Greensboro is a local organization that provides information and resources […]


Beloved Western Guilford Coach Honored

September 20, 2019

On Saturday, September 14, more than 150 people gathered at Western Guilford High School for the naming of the school’s track after longtime beloved coach, DePaul Mittman. Daughter, Dejanell Mittman severed as Mistress of Ceremonies. “Today will celebrate the accomplishments of Coach DePaul Mittman,” said Dejanell. Mittman is an accomplished educator, coach and athletic event […]


Election 2020: Cyber experts urge use of paper ballot back-ups

September 19, 2019

The N.C. NAACP is educating voters on hackable voting machines. A panel of cyber experts and voting data analysts advised the community on voter security at an emergency Town Hall on September 16th at New Light Missionary Baptist Church in Greensboro. The panel was video broadcast into the meeting where they discussed options that states […]


2019 N.C. Folk Fest

September 12, 2019

From bluegrass bands to dance battles, from university drum lines to community drum circles, the N.C. Folk Festival had more than enough to offer festival goers as they packed downtown Greensboro this weekend from September 6-8. The three-day event transformed several downtown Greensboro streets to invite people from all over to experience a multicultural festival […]


Dudley hits stride in 35-14 win over Page

September 12, 2019

Even though the Panthers of Dudley High School led by just one score at halftime against Page on Sept. 6, you had the sense it was only a matter of time before the Panthers would eventually galvanize their superior talent and make enough plays to put the game out of reach. And just like clockwork, […]


The Devilish Deeds of Thomas Hofeller: N.C. NAACP asks court for files

September 12, 2019

Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman, president of the N.C. NAACP, has formally asked the three-judge panel which struck down the partisan state legislative gerrymandered maps last week, for “…the public disclosure of files currently under seal of the court relating to political consulting by Dr. Thomas B. Hofeller.” Only 35 of the tens of thousands […]


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