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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 resegregation. That is the contention in a new report, “Stymied

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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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Community embraces targeted N.C. church

  Community embraces targeted N.C. church

WILMINGTON — They came to Speaks Temple A.M.E. Zion Church to show concern and support. They left with a message

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Butterfield to evangelicals: Trump is not a moral leader

  Butterfield to evangelicals: Trump is not a moral leader

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a definition of the term “evangelical” means, “…being in agreement with the Christian Gospel…,” and

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Dean of black lawmakers Rep. Michaux, says goodbye

  Dean of black lawmakers Rep. Michaux, says goodbye

Durham Rep. H. M. “Mickey” Michaux Jr. announced recently that he would not be running for re-election.

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Did Russians try to suppress the black vote?

  Did Russians try to suppress the black vote?

Republican state lawmakers, have attempted to suppress the African-American vote in recent high profile elections.

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EXCLUSIVE: Wilmington pastor stands strong against racist letter

  EXCLUSIVE: Wilmington pastor stands strong against racist letter

    WILMINGTON — A Wilmington pastor has expressed concern about security at her church in the aftermath of receiving

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‘Black Panther’ shows diversity sells

  ‘Black Panther’ shows diversity sells

By JAKE COYLE, AP Film Writer NEW YORK (AP) — A lavish, headline-grabbing premiere. Lightning word-of-mouth stoked by glowing reviews. Packed

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