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Candidate filings begin but court battles confuse

    Candidate filings begin but court battles confuse

From now until noon Feb. 28, candidates for all state offices, except judgeships, will be filing for the 2018 May 8 midterm primaries.

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March leaders issue call for ‘resistance’

    March leaders issue call for ‘resistance’

The 12th Annual Moral March/Historic Thousands on Jones Street People’s Assembly (Moral March/HK On J People’s Assembly) in Raleigh on Feb. 10 attracted thousands of demonstrators from across the state despite heavy rains.

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Obama jokes he failed to get artist to give him smaller ears

    Obama jokes he failed to get artist to give him smaller ears

Former President Barack Obama talks about his official portrait that will be displayed at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery.

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Adams, Butterfield blast Trump on black unemployment rate

    Adams, Butterfield blast Trump on black unemployment rate

During his speech in Cincinnati Monday, Feb. 5, President Donald Trump attacked members of the Congressional Black Caucus who, while Republicans were loudly applauding, refused to clap while African kente’

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Dodge chided for using King voiceover in Super Bowl ad

  Dodge chided for using King voiceover in Super Bowl ad

By Lauren Victoria Burke, NNPA Newswire There were ads with Morgan Freeman rapping and ads with babies from around the world

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With candidate filing Monday, court decisions loom large

  With candidate filing Monday, court decisions  loom large

By Cash Michaels Monday, Feb. 12, is the beginning of the filing period for candidates for public office in North

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Black Caucus leader rebuts Trumps claims

  Black Caucus leader rebuts Trumps claims

By Freddie Allen, NNPA Newswire Rep. Cedric Richmond, the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, railed against President Donald Trump’s boasts

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Civil Rights Center marks Memphis workers’ strike

  Civil Rights Center marks Memphis workers’ strike

The International Civil Rights Center & Museum (ICRCM), at 134 South Elm Street in Greensboro, will commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the heroic “I AM A MAN” Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike of 1968 on Sunday, Feb. 4.

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GOP designs on 2018 elections tested in courts

  GOP designs on 2018 elections tested in courts

First there were congressional and legislative redistricting maps by the Republican-led N.C. General Assembly that have been successfully challenged in court.

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Redistricting maps still target black district court judges

  Redistricting maps still target black district court judges

A third set of proposed judicial redistricting maps were made public last week during the Jan. 25th meeting of the Joint House and Senate Committee on Judicial Reform and Redistricting

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