Editorial

Commentary: Black women should ‘walk the walk’ to survive heart disease

    Commentary: Black women should ‘walk the walk’ to survive heart disease

Cynthia Brown Guest Columnist It is a known fact that heart disease is the leading cause of death; the number one killer of women, particularly African-American women. Thanks to several

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Use of force, ALS

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:  Use of force, ALS

Use of force by officer at S.C. school is offensive To the Editor: The video we have seen of a school resource officer violently flipping, tossing and thereafter banging the

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EDITORIAL: WSSU chancellor proves he’s a leader by example

    EDITORIAL: WSSU chancellor proves he’s a leader by example

Above: Winston-Salem State University Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson speaks with Jelisa Preston, left, and La Shunda Booker at WSSU’s Career, Internship and Graduate School Expo on Thursday, Oct. 22. (Photo

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COMMENTARY: College athlete shows character by giving to South Carolina

    COMMENTARY: College athlete shows character by giving to South Carolina

By James B. Ewers Jr. College football season is in full swing. Touchdowns and first downs are being made all across the country by both favorites and underdogs. First-time freshmen

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Commentary: Debate swirls about screening for prostate cancer

  Commentary: Debate swirls about screening for prostate cancer

Armin Brott Guest Columnist If you ask Bernie Wooden, he’ll tell you straight out that a simple blood test saved

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Commentary: We need to help our children succeed

  Commentary: We need to help our children succeed

Guest columnist: Brian Pauling Students across the nation have returned to school and are fully engaged in their classes. Soon

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Commentary: No time for foolishness, indeed

  Commentary: No time for foolishness, indeed

On Saturday, Oct.10, the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II delivered his annual state of the N.C. NAACP address during

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Editorial: City appears cockeyed when helping the homeless

  Editorial: City appears cockeyed when helping the homeless

The homeless is coming to the minds of many now that the weather is getting colder. Several nonprofits provide for

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Commentary: Voices of Our Sisters conference will recognize women beyond the month of October

  Commentary: Voices of Our Sisters conference will recognize women beyond the month of October

Summer has ended and we have entered a period of fall. Our energy will be refocused, allowing us to pause

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Commentary: Cutting off food assistance to the poor? Really??

  Commentary: Cutting off food  assistance to the poor? Really??

There have been a lot of cold and heartless acts committed by North Carolina political leaders in recent years that

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