Tag "Civil Rights"

Editorial: It’s time for a new fight against hate

    Editorial: It’s time for a new fight against hate

A white man enters a black church during prayer and Bible study, spends an hour with parishioners then executes nine of them. This horrific episode at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal

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Commentary: Act to end poverty now, as Dr. King wanted

    Commentary: Act to end poverty now, as Dr. King wanted

In photo: Marian Wright Edelman By Marian Wright Edelman “There is nothing new about poverty. What is new, however, is that we now have the resources to get rid of it.”

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Civil rights film series at Old Salem

    Civil rights film series at Old Salem

Old Salem Museums & Gardens is screening clips from four documentaries in January, February and April. The footage that will be shown will illustrate the history of civil rights in

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New movie ‘Selma’ called ‘monumental achievement’

    New movie ‘Selma’ called ‘monumental achievement’

This photo, released by Paramount Pictures, is part of the trailer for the movie “Selma.” By Dwight Brown NNPA Film Critic R.I.P. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Your story has

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Habari Gani?

    Habari Gani?

Kwanzaa kick-off echoes calls to value black life (pictured above: Zen Sadler (center) helps Don Williams and Patricia Sadler light the

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Justice-seekers unrelenting

    Justice-seekers unrelenting

(pictured above: Protestors raise their hands during last week’s rally.) Locals disheartened by decisions not to charge white police officers in

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Spaulding already stumping for ’16

    Spaulding already stumping for ’16

(pictured above:  Ken Spaulding speaks in Winston-Salem last week.) North Carolinians won’t decide if they want to keep the governor

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Editorial: ‘If They Are Black’

    Editorial: ‘If They Are Black’

The Reverend Dr. Darryl Aaron, our pastor at First Baptist Church, Highland Avenue, is black. He and his family live

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‘Goodnight, Sweet Princess’

    ‘Goodnight, Sweet Princess’

(pictured above: First Lady Michelle Obama speaks.) Around the nation and across the world, she was known and praised as an

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Editorial: The Black Press

    Editorial: The Black Press

Whenever there is a steady series of public questions being raised about the “power” of Black Americans, you should always

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