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Leaders prepare to block Trump attacks on civil rights

December 1, 2016

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Leaders of the nation’s top seven civil rights organizations are not buying President-elect Donald Trump’s softened, new and improved version. Those leaders: Marc Morial of the National Urban League; Melanie Campbell of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation; Wade Henderson of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights; Cornell William Brooks of […]


Omegas deliver Thanksgiving cheer to Ray Warren Residents

November 23, 2016

The Tau Omega chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated celebrated its Achievement Week with a week of activities designed to uplift the community. Fraternity members spent time cleaning a segment of roadway as part of the state’s adopt-a-highway anti-litter campaign. Members also served as reading tutors for African American male youth. Achievement Week is […]


N.C. NAACP blasts rumored plan to stack high court

November 23, 2016

RALEIGH – Whatever credibility the Republican-led North Carolina Supreme Court currently has would be “totally eroded” if state GOP legislative leaders try to stack the state’s High Court to maintain a partisan advantage, warns the chairman of the N.C. NAACP’s Legal Redress Committee. Atty. Irving Joyner, who is also a professor of law at North […]


Aggies lose MEAC title game

November 23, 2016

DURHAM – More than 11,000 loyal Aggie and Eagle fans gathered at O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium on the North Carolina Central University campus for a battle royale between the Eagles and the Aggies of North Carolina A&T State University. The Aggies were handily defeated by the Eagles, 42-21. NCCU now earns a birth to the Air Force […]


The color of the prescription pill should not matter

November 23, 2016

One of the first questions your doctor should ask when you visit is, “Are you taking your medication? This is a simple question but the answer determines what happens next. If you are taking medications every day as prescribed and improvement in your health has not been obtained, an adjustment must be made. If medication […]


SE Falcons soar to second in tournament

November 17, 2016

Avid Peacemaker readers sent us these photos from an October 18 high hitting 4A Metro Conference volleyball game. This second round play-off matchup featured the Falcons of Southeast Guilford High School and the Patriots of Southern Alamance High (Graham, N.C.). The Falcons defeated the #1 seed Patriots 3-2 and subsequently lost in the conference finals […]


Community forum addresses gender identity

November 17, 2016

Issues on gender identity and being transgender have taken forefront in the state legislature this year with the passage of House Bill 2, which requires transgender people to use the public restrooms according to the sex they were assigned at birth. On Tuesday night at The Elm Street Center, Voices for a Stronger Guilford, an […]


NCCJ presents annual Citation Awards

November 17, 2016

The National Conference for Community and Justice of the Piedmont Triad, Inc. (NCCJ) held its 50th Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner on November 10 at the Koury Convention Center. The annual award dinner is a multicultural sharing of community, businesses and faith-based organizations all coming together for one common cause of creating a compassionate community […]


Trump Win Shocks The World

November 11, 2016

Leaders examine meaning of his win New York – In an epic victory that sent shockwaves around the world, billionaire Donald Trump – ending a campaign characterized by bigotry, insults, vulgarities, sexism, racism and hate speech – became president-elect of the United States on Tuesday, contrasting his vitriolic campaign rhetoric with a softened appeal for […]


Panthers Pluck Falcons

November 11, 2016

The Dudley Panthers celebrated Senior Day with a 56-8 Metro 4-A Conference victory over Southeast Guilford Friday night at Tarpley Stadium. With the win, Dudley clinched second place in the conference (10-1, overall 4-1 Metro). The Panthers scored on their first five offensive possessions. They marched 57 yards in five plays with Ezra Perkins scoring […]


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