Editorial

Dialogue on race needs to be expanded

    Dialogue on race needs to be expanded

(Above: Panelists speak at one of IDR’s discussions on race) The city of Winston-Salem, the Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity and Institute for Dismantling Racism (IDR) are some of

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We have to fight for our candidates

    We have to fight for our candidates

Ernie Pitt, From the Publisher As we approach the 2016 elections, there is much we need to do and much we can do. The racist elements in our state and

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Let us hope UNC Board changes tune

    Let us hope UNC Board changes tune

The votes are in. The results are out. The General Assembly has named the 16 members of the University of North Carolina Board of Governors who will replace the 16

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Letters to the Editor: Roy Cooper, pigs and awards

    Letters to the Editor: Roy Cooper, pigs and awards

We need disclosure from Roy Cooper To the Editor: Attorney General Roy Cooper is again not fully disclosing to the North Carolina public his role in supporting and defending what

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Editorial: UNC Board appears set on reversing historic gains

  Editorial: UNC Board appears set  on reversing  historic gains

The Republican-controlled UNC Board of Governors appears to be going full-throttle to find ways to dismantle the University of North

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Letters to the Editor: Selma, Israel

  Letters to the Editor: Selma, Israel

A matter of respect toward Israel To the Editor: Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu addressed a joint session of Congress on March

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Editorial: Check to see how Congress handles ‘net neutrality’

  Editorial: Check to see how Congress handles ‘net neutrality’

Imagine that you were driving on the interstate like everyone else, then a big semi-truck slows down in front of

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N.C. senators against Lynch on wrong side

  N.C. senators against Lynch on wrong side

Greensboro native Loretta Lynch is on her way to becoming the first African-American woman to become U.S. attorney general, but

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Letters to the Editor: Lynch nomination, UNC Board

  Letters to the Editor: Lynch nomination, UNC Board

Disappointed  in Senator Tillis’ vote  To the Editor: Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) on Thursday, Feb. 26, released the following

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Editorial: Black History Month ending, but not work in community

  Editorial: Black History Month ending, but not work in community

Black History Month 2015 will end in a few days. All month media, organizations and businesses have given tidbits about

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