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Old Salem’s enslaved and free Africans come to light

    Old Salem’s enslaved  and free Africans come to light

The first in a three part series on Old Salem’s Hidden Town project that exposes the history of enslaved African Americans in the town of Salem.

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Despite unequal treatment, Black women will rise

    Despite unequal treatment, Black women will rise

Julianne Malveaux’s thoughts on the struggles of black women.

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Commentary: To fight the HIV epidemic, we need the Black Church

    Commentary: To fight the HIV epidemic, we need the Black Church

By Marjore Innocent Black Churches are more than places of worship. They are the vibrant hearts of the African-American community that bring the Gospel into our lives, inspire faith, grace,

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Commentary: Making the case for investing in HBCUs

    Commentary: Making the case for investing in HBCUs

By Rushern Baker UNCF’s iconic, “A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste,” advertising campaign remains the gold-standard for shining light on the urgency of investing in Black colleges and universities.

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Commentary: Reduce foreign competition to boost North Carolina wages

    Commentary: Reduce foreign competition to boost North Carolina wages

Bill Kniegge Guest Columnist For black North Carolinians, the Great Recession never ended. From 2009 to 2014, black residents’ incomes

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Church to promote diversity with Negro League player

    Church to promote diversity with Negro League player

BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Many people believe that the church is the one of the least diverse places left

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Editorial Cartoon: Where is Omarosa?

    Editorial Cartoon: Where is Omarosa?

Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Commentary: Swimming in the deep end of black and white

    Commentary: Swimming in the deep end of black and white

Lory B. Huffman Guest Columnist This past week I had lunch with my friend and colleague, the Rev. Donald Jenkins. 

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Commentary: Whose election is it anyway?

    Commentary: Whose election is it anyway?

Matt Meyer Guest Columnist When talking to a group of Black and Latino teenagers, it’s become clear that the 2016

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Commentary: Being black is too much

    Commentary: Being black is too much

Micha James Guest Columnist He is 5-foot-8.5, 175 pounds at 12 years old and he is my son.  He wears

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