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Sunday, November 27, 2022

Movie Review: Black Panther Wakanda Forever

November 23, 2022

Wow! You’ll say that over and over again as this mind-blowing, superhero epic unfolds. Wow! The loss of King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), aka Black Panther, weighs heavily on the people of Wakanda. More so on his sister Princess Shuri (Letitia Wright) and his mother Queen Ramonda (Angel Bassett). They try to move forward but are […]


Joining Forces

November 23, 2022

Black churches across Guilford County are joining forces with local Black farmers in an endeavor to provide fresh, healthy food sources to Black communities where grocery stores and supermarkets are minimal to nonexistent. The collaboration, led by Saint James Presbyterian Church of Greensboro with the logistical help of the Black Church Food Security Network (BCFSN) […]


Gardner-Webb a formidable opponent to determine conference champ

November 18, 2022

For all intents and purposes, the 2022 FCS playoffs begin this weekend for A&T. Officially, the Aggies will have their regular season finale at Gardner-Webb on Saturday at 12 p.m., but the outcome of that contest will determine the Big South Conference champion and who gets the league’s coveted automatic bid to the playoffs. Both […]


African Americans must take steps to protect brain health

November 18, 2022

Brain health was the topic of a recent study published this month in JAMA Neurology (the Journal of the American Medical Association Neurology). The news of this study was indeed sobering. The study analyzed the brains of 1,500 study participants via MRI scans. Researchers were studying the effects of aging on the brains of the […]


Students address housing crisis and gain construction experience

November 18, 2022

Guilford County Schools’ (GCS) Innovation Office celebrated students in the Fannie Mae Safer Together Green Housing Project Carpentry Pathway students at its Builders Vibe Community Night Out. Through the initiative, high school students have been learning how to address America’s affordable housing crisis while getting hands-on experience in the construction industry. “It allowed our students […]


NCCJ presents 2022 Citation Awards

November 18, 2022

NCCJ Triad honored community leaders Linda and Tom Sloan and Paul and Addy Jeffrey for their extraordinary leadership in fighting bias, bigotry and racism. At the organization’s annual Citation Awards dinner, more than 1,100 attendees celebrated efforts to “make our community a better place for all of us, not just some of us,” said NCCJ […]


Movie Review: Black Adam

November 11, 2022

Introducing DC comics latest crime combatant, Black Adam. His superhero traits are similar to Superman’s (flying, ultra-strength, etc.), but there are key differences. One has a pleasant personality and values human lives, and the other, an angry malcontent, doesn’t give a flying leap. One was born on Krypton and grew up on earth, which many […]


A&T beats Norfolk State for sixth straight win

November 11, 2022

It wasn’t a flawless victory, but A&T displayed enough fire power against Norfolk State last Saturday to surge past a feisty Spartan team, 49-24, and remain unbeaten at home on a sunny afternoon at Truist Stadium. Despite being penalized 13 times for 115 yards, the Aggies led from start to finish, racked up nearly 400 […]


The promise of the genomic revolution is alive

November 11, 2022

Health care providers can do noninvasive testing to determine in some instances the best medication for you to take. We are all different and the way we respond to medication can vary. This has to do with the genes we inherit from our parents. These genes do not change so one’s response to medications should […]


Beasley loses, GOP takes majority on high court; Columbus County Sheriff re-elected

November 11, 2022

She ran a close race for most of midterm Election night, but by 11:18 p.m. EST, Democrat Cheri Beasley fell short in her effort to become the first African American elected to the U.S. Senate from North Carolina, unofficially losing to Republican Trump-backed Congressman Ted Budd, 51 percent to 47 percent. Beasley was actually leading […]


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