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NCCJ Says Goodbye to Executive Director Feit

The National Conference for Community and Justice of the Piedmont Triad, Inc. bid farewell to its longtime executive director, Susan Feit, with a going-away party at the Greensboro Central Library last week.

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New community initiative focuses on early childhood education

A new community effort focuses on early childhood development and what can happen when the whole community gets behind one project.

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Dudley’s Gooden has outstanding Guilford County Championships

Dudley junior Jasmine Gooden had an outstanding day capturing three individual titles.

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Weight lifting and health

It’s a matter of your health

Much has been written on acquiring those ripped muscles. A well thought out plan of attack is needed. A five point plan is needed.

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Residents take to the streets on police accountability

On Tuesday, April 14, Greensboro demonstrators gathered downtown to protest killings at the hands of law enforcement and to call for an end to mass incarceration of minorities.

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Rep. Adams & Pres. Obama talk economics in Charlotte

N.C.’s 12th Congressional District House Representative Alma S. Adams joined President Barack Obama aboard Air Force One to travel to Charlotte on Wednesday.

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Local NAACP Leadership Must Be Transparent

It’s time the Greensboro NAACP’s membership take a stand and demand transparency.

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Blakeney honored, Tigers sweep Aggies, 9-0

Zebresha Blakeney was one of four players to get a hit against Savannah State on Sunday as A&T fell 9-0 in five innings.

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Union Square Campus 1st phase breaks ground

The spirit of community and business cooperation was in the air as a ground breaking ceremony for the Union Square Campus, the first collaborative university campus in Greensboro, was held on Tuesday, April 7.

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Errors hurt Aggies against FAMU

The North Carolina A&T softball team committed five costly errors that allowed Florida A&M to win 12-0 in five innings, Saturday afternoon at the Lady Aggies Softball Complex.

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A restful sleep is not a luxury

It’s a matter of your health

Sleep quality influences health issues such as diabetes and obesity.

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City funding for Co-op helps combat food desert

Members of the Renaissance Community Co-op of northeast Greensboro made a strong pitch before city council in order to secure $250,000 in matching funds for a community owned co-op grocery store.

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Duke men pull away from Wisconsin for 5th national title

Led by Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor, Duke's talented group of youngsters played like salty old pros down the stretch, outscoring Wisconsin by 14 points over the final 13 minutes Monday night to grit out a 68-63 victory for the program's fifth national title.

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Senate Bill 2 promotes state-sanctioned discrimination

Civil rights advocates say SB 2 represents a backlash against the federal courts’ decision striking down North Carolina’s Amendment One, making marriage between a man and woman the only legally recognized marriage by the state.

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Rep. John Lewis to Keynote N.C. A&TSU Commencement

Civil rights leader U.S. Rep. John Lewis will deliver the spring commencement address at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

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Dudley sweeps Metro 4-A track meet

The Dudley High School Panthers swept the triangle Metro 4-A track & field meet against Smith and Southeast Guilford last Wednesday, March 25 at Dudley’s Tarpley Stadium.

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State NAACP & Giuliani support Lynch

The N.C. NAACP and Forward Together Moral Movement held demonstrations to reaffirm their request for the confirmation of U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch to become the next U.S. Attorney General.

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Know which medicines your insurer covers

It’s a matter of your health

Since each insurance has its own list of medications that are preferred, called a formulary, that list may be different within the same insurance company and it can be difficult for the provider to know what is covered.

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Education Summit calls for a cultivation of ‘grit’

The Guilford Education Alliance is a non-profit who works with the community and businesses to support schools.

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Caught between Barack and a hard place

The experiment that featured a Black man in the White House is on the downside now. Folks in the Obama administration are busy looking for their next job and jumping ship faster than rats

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