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Black ’Nam vets tell students war tales

    Black ’Nam vets tell students war tales

A group of African American Vietnam War veterans were invited to Wake Forest last Friday to share their memories from the controversial conflict with students in an English class. The

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Editorial: Grambling State

    Editorial: Grambling State

When my father started out in the 1930s, the coal mines he worked in Harlan County, Ken. did not feature ventilation systems, so the miners would bring a caged canary

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Earls speaking at Bennett

    Earls speaking at Bennett

Anita Earls, a civil rights attorney with 24 years of experience, will be the speaker for Bennett College’s Academic & Cultural Enrichment Series (ACES) program on Thursday, Oct. 24 at

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Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

    Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

The weekly Moral Monday rally at the General Assembly saw a swelling in attendance this week, courtesy of the latest repressive law passed by Republican lawmakers. In what was the

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UNCG series to include Angelou, MC Lyte

    UNCG series to include Angelou, MC Lyte

UNCG’s 2013-14 University Performing Arts Series is offering a celebration of Dr. Maya Angelou and a hip-hop competition for students

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Column: Two Fathers, No Shortage of Love

    Column: Two Fathers, No Shortage of Love

When the daughter of close friends received her medical degree a few weekends ago, I worked long and hard to

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M&F top honors go to Marsh and Patterson

    M&F top honors go to Marsh and Patterson

Mechanic & Farmers Bank has awarded its 2013 Founders Awards to William A. “Billy” Marsh Jr., a renowned civil rights

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Legend Thorpe taking part in area tourney

    Legend Thorpe taking part in area tourney

The International Civil Rights Center & Museum will host its Ninth Annual George C. Simkins Jr. Memorial Golf Classic on

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The Dream 50 years later

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the great “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.” It was there, at

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No Second-Class Families

    No Second-Class Families

African Americans have spent much of our history fighting for equal treatment. Just two generations ago, our parents and our

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