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Lorey Hayes and Tom Katsis star in Dignity at the National Black Theater Festival. Lorey Hayes, North Carolina A&T State University’s first theater major, mentored by the late professor, Dr. John …

Greensboro residents, neighborhood leaders and groups, public safety officials and elected officials took to the streets on August 2 for the city’s annual National Night Out. National Night …

It is the one court ruling North Carolina Republicans dreaded to hear. Approximately 56,000 ex-felons statewide are now, as of July 27th, eligible to register to vote, says the N.C. Court of Appeals …

CHARLOTTE - The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) unveils the 2022 All-CIAA Preseason Football Team, as voted on by the CIAA Football Coaches Association and the Sports Information …

Know your numbers to prevent strokes

Being aware of your weight, cholesterol and blood pressure numbers can help prevent a stroke Have you ever heard the phrase, “know your numbers”? It was a popular notion a few years ago that we …

The International Civil Rights Center and Museum held its annual fundraising gala this week on Monday, July 25. The annual gala is typically held in February, highlighting the beginning of the …

By North Carolina law, the defamation portion of the late former N.C. NAACP Pres. Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman’s lawsuit against National NAACP Pres./CEO Derrick Johnson and other NAACP members …

Dr. John Marshall Kilimanjaro Dr. John Marshall Kilimanjaro (né Stevenson), Sr., professor, civil rights activist, trailblazing newspaper founder and publisher passed away on Wednesday, March 27, …

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