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Editorial: HBCUs need new advocates on UNC board

    Editorial: HBCUs need new advocates on UNC board

State-supported historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are under attack. They are graduating thousands of students who are productive and outstanding citizens. They are employing hundreds of people. They are

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No doubt about it: It’s winter

    No doubt about it: It’s winter

On Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 16, not only did the holiday keep people away from downtown Winston-Salem, but the snowy weather did, too. Forecasters are predicting more cold to come

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Exclusive: Dean Smith’s Pardon Letter for Wilmington Ten Revealed

    Exclusive: Dean Smith’s Pardon Letter for Wilmington Ten Revealed

by Cash Michaels Special to the NNPA from The Carolinian Newspaper This week, as the world mourns the passing of legendary UNC Tar Heel Head Basketball Coach Dean Smith, he

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Justice Department ‘Seriously Examining’ Ferguson Race Case

    Justice Department ‘Seriously Examining’ Ferguson Race Case

(Above:  AP/Chris Lee, St. Louis Post-Dispatch– People protest as tear gas canisters detonate around them on Wednesday, in Ferguson, Mo. ) (Politico) – In weighing whether to bring discrimination charges against

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‘McDonald’s Rhythms of Triumph’ awards honor people in Triad

    ‘McDonald’s Rhythms of Triumph’ awards honor people in Triad

William “Bill” Hayes of Winston-Salem along with Evainna Ross of Greensboro, and George W. Clopton of High Point were honored  at the 15th annual McDonald’s

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Wentz to present ‘Angels With Out Wings’

    Wentz to present ‘Angels  With Out Wings’

“Angels With Out Wings,” a ministry in two acts by Pam Rea, will be presented on Saturday, March 28 at

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Black Press called ‘essential’ to future

    Black Press called ‘essential’ to future

(Above: Photo by Ann Ragland, NNPA From left to right: NNPA Convention Co-Chair Terry Jones; NNPA President Benjamin F. Chavis,

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Triad residents join call for expanded Medicaid

    Triad residents join call for expanded Medicaid

The NC Left Me Out Coalition, a group of health care advocates supporting expanded Medicaid coverage in the state, continued

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Deja vu: March pushes voting rights

    Deja vu: March pushes voting rights

U.S. citizens marching to gain their voting rights: This scene from the 1960s is repeating itself in 2015. In the

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