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What Constitutional Rights Will The High Court Undo Next?

July 1, 2022

The day after the conservative majority of the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that Roe v. Wade would no longer give women the constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy, a Facebook post put it best: “Nothing like drinking your first cup of coffee in America where our so-called freedoms are being eroded by the court. […]

Scottish Rite Masons and Eastern Star members convene in the Gate City

June 29, 2022

The 77th annual North Carolina State Session of the King Solomon Grand Council of Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Masons (AASRM) and St. Mary’s Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star held their state meeting at the Embassy Suites in Greensboro, June 24 to 26. The organizations are under the leadership of the Illustrious […]

Museum teaches groups about Civil Rights

June 24, 2022

Several cultural and educational groups arrived in Greensboro on Monday, June 20 to visit the International Civil Rights Museum and Center as part of the observance of the new federal holiday, Juneteenth. While the groups were all different, the goal to learn about social justice and the Civil Rights Movement in the South was the […]

Exclusive: Rev. Spearman files defamation lawsuit against NAACP head, N.C. NAACP Pres. and six others

June 16, 2022

The former president of the N.C. NAACP has filed a blistering 28-page lawsuit against national NAACP Pres./CEO Derrick Johnson and Board of Directors Chairman Leon W. Russell, along with six other N.C. NAACP officers including current N.C. NAACP President Deborah Dicks Maxwell and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Chapter Pres. Corrine Mack “…in their individual capacities for Defamation and […]

National NAACP under fire not just in N.C.

June 10, 2022

With the NAACP National Convention scheduled for next month in Atlantic City, N.J. (July 14-20), delegates from the North Carolina State Conference won’t be the only ones attending wondering out loud about the direction their civil rights organization is going under Pres/CEO Derrick Johnson. For North Carolina, delegates are wondering about the $20 million sexual […]

Greensboro City Council budget meeting turns to police body worn camera footage

June 9, 2022

The Greensboro City Council’s June 6 meeting was structured to receive public comments on the proposed 2022-2023 fiscal year budget, but only one person signed up to speak on the item. Instead of speaking on the budget, a small group of people addressed the council during the Speakers from the Floor section at the beginning […]

Exclusive: Justice coalition raises serious questions about NAACP head

June 3, 2022

If there is one thing Rev. Dr. Cardes H. Brown Jr., lifetime member of the NAACP, wants everyone to be sure of is, neither he nor any of the 50-plus member NAACP Justice Coalition have any interest in destroying or tarnishing “the oldest, boldest and most feared” civil rights organization in the nation. But Dr. […]

Former N.C. NAACP President suspended, vows to sue

May 27, 2022

There’s a new chapter in the ongoing saga of the controversial N.C. NAACP executive committee elections from October of 2021 where incumbent President Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman was ousted from office by New Hanover County NAACP Pres. Deborah Dicks Maxwell. Rev. Spearman says he’s in the process of filing suit against the national NAACP […]

It’s High School Graduation Time!

May 26, 2022

As high school graduation season approaches, energized seniors throughout Guilford County donned their caps and gowns to return to their elementary schools to the thunderous, welcoming cheers of students and former teachers. The parading seniors pictured here are from the A&T Four Middle College at N.C. A&T State University. These graduating scholars delivered and received […]

2022 Unofficial Primary Election Winners

May 20, 2022

For complete 2022 Primary Election results, visit the N.C. Board of Elections website: U.S Senate Dem. Cheri Beasley – 497,381 will face Rep. Ted Budd- R 445,343 US House District 1 Dem. Don Davis- D 42,498 will face Sandy Smith- R 13,571 District 6 Lee Haywood- R 10,104         will face Cathy Manning (DEM) in […]


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