Editorial

Letters to the Editor: Cooper, Trumpcare and black bank chief

    Letters to the Editor: Cooper, Trumpcare and black bank chief

Cooper presented right priorities in State of State To the Editor: Gov. Cooper set the right priorities in his State of the State address tonight by outlining a North Carolina

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Commentary: Resisting Trump’s militarization

    Commentary: Resisting Trump’s militarization

Laura Finley Guest Columnist Not surprisingly, activists are daunted by the lightning-paced dismantling of civil rights and social justice that President Trump has authorized in barely more than one month

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Commentary: Find the adults and get them in the room

    Commentary: Find the adults and get them in the room

Tom Hastings Guest Columnist Trump attacks others, from the Pope to Gold Star families, on a routine basis, often based on no evidence, exaggerated claims, and he claims trends based

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Commentary: Acknowledging unprecedented support for HBCUs

    Commentary: Acknowledging unprecedented support for HBCUs

Ben Chavis Guest Columnist The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. routinely would remind those of us who worked for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) during the Civil Rights

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Letters to the Editor: New Travel Ban and State Budget

  Letters to the Editor: New Travel Ban and State Budget

Tell lawmakers to reject dangerous constitutional  amendment To the Editor: The N.C. Senate will consider a constitutional amendment this week

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Editorial Cartoon: The Real Deal

  Editorial Cartoon: The Real Deal
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Editorial: Candidates show democracy still works in area

  Editorial: Candidates show democracy still works in area

The Forsyth County Democratic Party next week will be voting on candidates to fill vacant seats. One vacant seat is

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Guest Editorial: Foster care crisis needs influx of money, families

  Guest Editorial: Foster care crisis needs influx of money, families

Foster care for abused, neglected and dependent children is in a “state of crisis” in North Carolina, according to state

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Editorial: His time came too early. Who is ready now?

  Editorial: His time came too early. Who is ready now?

Another community stalwart has died. Walter Marshall, a Forsyth County commissioner, passed away last week at age 74. He was

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Letters to the Editor: Walter Marshall, Campaign Finance Reform and HBCUs

  Letters to the Editor: Walter Marshall, Campaign Finance Reform and HBCUs

Ballot measure about elections, rights should be on ballot To the Editor: Your readers should know there’s a statewide movement

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