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Leaders warn that black voters must be ready to vote in midterms

    Leaders warn that black voters must be ready to vote in midterms

If black voters want real change, they just can’t vote for it, say North Carolina black leaders.

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Deadline for public comment on removing confederate statues was April 12

    Deadline for public comment on removing confederate statues was April 12

If you, like many in the black community statewide, feel strongly about moving statues paying tribute to the Confederacy from state government grounds, then you have until midnight tonight, April 12, to electronically submit them to the N.C. Historical Commission’s Confederate Monument Study Committee.

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Black reporter was there when MLK was killed

    Black reporter was there when MLK was killed

On April 4, 1968 – 50 years ago this week – a shot rang out aimed at the second-floor balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tenn. Civil rights leader

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Fifty years after King’s death, Rev. Barber says ‘pick up the baton’

    Fifty years after King’s death, Rev. Barber says ‘pick up the baton’

By Cash Michaels It is not widely known, but 50 years ago this week, on April 4, 1968, civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was supposed to

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Adams wins for HBCUs in 2018 omnibus budget

  Adams wins for HBCUs in 2018 omnibus budget

Who says there’s nothing but bad news coming out of our nation’s capital? Despite her usual blunt and frank assessment

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Bubba Wallace: Changing the Face of NASCAR

  Bubba Wallace: Changing the Face of NASCAR

Tiger Woods changed the face of golf. Venus and Serena Williams transformed tennis. And now Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. may do the same for NASCAR.

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N.C. public schools resegregating, study finds

  N.C. public schools resegregating, study finds

There are more high poverty schools, containing more poor children of color, across North Carolina now, resulting in an alarming

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NCAA on the bubble as Virginia is No. 1 for March Madness

  NCAA on the bubble as Virginia is No. 1 for March Madness

From the top seed in the NCAA Tournament – Virginia – to those that barely made it into the bracket – Arizona State and Syracuse – it feels as though everyone involved in March Madness is on the bubble this year.

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Coleman campaign alleges Russian meddling in 2016

  Coleman campaign alleges Russian meddling in 2016

The “Linda Coleman for Congress” campaign for the Second Congressional District, is alleging that there was Russian meddling again, this time targeting her 2016 campaign for lieutenant governor.

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Togo West, former U.S. official and W-S native, dies

  Togo West, former U.S. official and W-S native, dies

Togo Dennis West Jr. died suddenly of a heart attack on March 8, 2018.

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