Editorial

Django: Part Blaxploitation, All Genius

    Django: Part Blaxploitation, All Genius

When I settled in to see “Django Unchained” recently, I was already pretty cynical because over the years I have grown quite distrustful and suspicious about most anything that comes

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Have Your Say Without the Insults

    Have Your Say Without the Insults

Political civility is dead. We know: that’s not news to anyone. We were reminded by Felice Pete of just how uncivil – and uncivilized, to some extent – folks are

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Voting Rights Act under attack

    Voting Rights Act under attack

Shelby County, Ala. is suing the Justice Department because they think that Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (and its reauthorization in 1982 and 2006) is unfair. 

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Logan Burke

    Logan Burke

We join the community in mourning the loss of yet another one of our icons, Logan Burke. Burke was a quiet giant. His modesty kept many of his vast achievements

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Guns, not the Klan, are the real threat

  Guns, not the Klan, are the real threat

Chicago suffers unbearable levels of gun violence, yet the victims remain largely silent. They travel from funeral home to graveyard,

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Access Denied?

Access in East Winston onto and off of Highway 52 became even more restricted this week. The state Department of

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Mississippi, Again!

  Mississippi, Again!

In 1969, while a graduate student at Notre Dame, I had a one night career on WNDU, the campus radio

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Whitney Young: Mr. Inside

  Whitney Young: Mr. Inside

“I am not anxious to be the loudest voice or the most popular. But I would like to think that

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Rallying to Right Wrongs

  Rallying to Right Wrongs

On Saturday, Feb. 9, thousands of participants arrived at Shaw University (in Raleigh) to march to the General Assembly (The

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Black Leader’s Wish List

During the first week of President Obama’s second term, I joined a coalition of civil rights leaders in Washington, D.C.

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