Editorial

Commentary: American University incident shows racism goes to college

    Commentary: American University incident shows racism goes to college

By James B. Ewers Jr. It appears that racism has no boundaries. It rears its distasteful head in too many places and spaces that we hold dear to us. Higher education

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Commentary: An offensive, belligerent and vindictive display in the halls of government

    Commentary: An offensive, belligerent and vindictive display in the halls of government

Chris Fitzsimon Guest Columnist The last week has featured some of the most offensive, belligerent, and vindictive behavior by elected officials in generations – and that is not a reference

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Commentary: With an administration spinning out of control, impeach now

    Commentary: With an administration spinning out of control, impeach now

Tom Hastings Guest Columnist Seriously. Now is the time. Impeach. It is a daily rush of traitorous, misogynist, racist, autocratic buck-naked dissembling and craven manipulation. Trump now. Pence next. Keep

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Commentary: Why I’m proud of the B-CU grads that protested Betsy ‘Devoid’

    Commentary: Why I’m proud of the B-CU grads that protested Betsy ‘Devoid’

Julianne Malveaux Guest Columnist I be more proud of the students at Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) than if I had raised them myself. Responding to the university’s very late selection of

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Political Cartoon: Voting Rights Trophy

  Political Cartoon: Voting Rights Trophy
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Letters to the Editor: Voting rights, Trump and healthcare

  Letters to the Editor: Voting rights, Trump and healthcare

Supreme Court rejects N.C. General Assembly voting rights actions To the Editor: Today [Monday, May 15] we experience a victory

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Editorial: Changing the leadership,not the fight

  Editorial: Changing the leadership,not the fight

The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II has announced that he is stepping down as president of the N.C. NAACP

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Meacham: Reject ‘alternative facts’ and blind partisanship

  Meacham: Reject ‘alternative facts’ and blind partisanship

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Presidential Historian Jon Meacham told graduates to embrace reflection and logic instead of partisanship and

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Commentary: Un-making a contented slave

  Commentary: Un-making a contented slave

Angelo C. Louw Guest Columnist “I have observed this in my experience of slavery, –that whenever my condition was improved,

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Commentary: A lesson for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

  Commentary: A lesson for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

Charlene Crowell Guest Columnist This year’s swearing-in of a new Congress and President signaled a surge of new ideas and

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