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Two decades of pre-pandemic progress lost for N.C. Black students

October 28, 2022

While academic gains for many North Carolina fourth and eighth graders dropped substantially in the latest National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), the figures for Black students are far worse. The NAEP is given every two years nationally to measure academic progress in math and reading for some fourth and eighth graders. Released Monday by […]


Cheri Beasley: Well prepared to represent N.C. as U.S. Senator

October 28, 2022

As Election Day gets closer, one of the biggest political races in North Carolina is for the U.S. Senate. Cheri Beasley is running for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring U.S. Senator Richard Burr. She won the Democratic primary election and now faces Republican Congressman Ted Budd in the November general election. She […]


McDaniel’s four sacks lead Aggies to win over EWU

October 21, 2022

North Carolina A&T graduate defensive end Jermaine McDaniel Jr. missed six games last season for various reasons, and he missed the first four games of the 2022 football season. So, forgive him if he chooses to play like a man who appreciates his opportunity to see action on a football field. In the Aggies’ 45-7 […]


Sleep hygiene in its fullest state can be life altering

October 21, 2022

Sleep has been one of the things most people have sought refuge in during the pandemic. Sleep is one of those things that is free to all, though not valued as it should be. A lack of sleep can be physically and psychologically debilitating resulting in poor health. The hygiene of sleep is an almost […]


Movie Review: José Feliciano: Behind This Guitar

October 21, 2022

He came before them… Before Jimi Hendrix and Whitney Houston took creative license with “The Star-Spangled Banner” and before Marc Anthony and Bad Bunny sang salsa and reggaeton, José Monserrate Feliciano Garcia blazed a path. And now this nostalgic scrapbook of his life catalogues his trials and triumphs. Born blind in 1945, he lived in […]


Carolina Peacemaker 2022 General Election Endorsements

October 21, 2022

It’s that time! The Carolina Peacemaker advises its readers to look for the “D” (as in Democrat) next to the name and vote for the Democrat. Our friends and colleagues in the Republican Party have lost their way and no longer have ideas to help our communities grow and prosper. Unfortunately, with Republicans it’s all […]


Bennett College focuses on climate change during Friends and Family Weekend

October 21, 2022

Bennett College hosted its first Friends and Family Weekend since the pandemic, starting on October 14. The three-day event was filled with plays, music, festivities and special guest speakers. Bennett College’s Green Team hosted the weekend’s first event on climate change, featuring William J. Barber, III, the Director of Climate and Environmental Justice at The […]


President Biden announces fix to family glitch in Obamacare subsidies

October 14, 2022

With an estimated 5.1 million people falling into the so-called family glitch – primarily children and women – the Biden administration has issued a rule that makes it easier for those with employer-sponsored health plans to get Affordable Care Act subsidies. The rule, which comes from the Internal Revenue Service, fixes the glitch that prevented […]


Movie Review: Till

October 14, 2022

Emmett Till, a Black teen, who was murdered by racists in Money, Mississippi on April 28th in 1955. Writer/director Chinonye Chukwu (Clemency), cowriters Michael Reilly and Keith Beauchamp (doc filmmaker of the award-winning The Untold Story of Emmett Till) recount this brutal crime largely from the mother’s point of view. A mom whose quest for […]


The Pride roars to first USA South football win since 2015

October 14, 2022

The Greensboro College Football team celebrated with emotion after their first win of the season, following a Saturday afternoon victory over Southern Virginia University on sun drenched Pride Field by a score of 38-28. The Pride used a potent offense which battered the Knight’s defense for 555 yards and created timely turnovers to pick up […]


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