ACGG condemns inhumanity to humanity To the Editor: The ongoing atrocities against humanity being committed in Paris, Nigeria and Burma cannot be justified by any measure of a civilized society.
How open and honest is state government in North Carolina? Not very, according to a new report from the Center for Public Integrity. The center’s 2015 State Integrity Investigation gave
Benjamin Chavis Guest Colunmist Black Americans continue to face serious disparities in education, employment, and in economic development. While over 45 million black Americans have made some type of progress
James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist Recently a colleague and I had a conversation about today’s college students. We both
Tarza Mitchell Guest Columnist As many of us plan and prepare for family gatherings and celebratory meals in the upcoming
Group applauds Barber for receiving prize for creative citizenship To the Editor: [On December 8, 2015, Rev. Dr. William J.
In the last few days, announcements about projects concerning women have come from the White House and Wake Forest University
In above photo: Image of the United States American flag, stethoscope, and tags. (Photo by NC Policy Watch) Ciara Zachary,