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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 about two blocks from our family, in a neighborhood that

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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 icon – a woman who demonstrated the best of humanity

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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 first consider the motive and purpose of the questions. Such

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4th Circuit judge visits Wake Law

    4th Circuit judge visits Wake Law

Andre Davis candidly talks race, law and more (pictured above: Gregory Parks chats up Judge Andre Davis (right).) As part of Wake Forest University School of Law’s Jurist-in-Residence program, Andre Davis, the

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Young Professionals making their mark

    Young Professionals making their mark

(pictured above:   Young Professionals (from left, front row): Courtney Grant, Cheavonne Willis, Amyia Hardy, Andrea Free, Kismet Loftin-Bell with (back

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Not much 109-year-old matriarch has not seen

(pictured above:  Ina Cook (center) with her daughters Kathleen Satterfield (left) and Sue Vogler.) When it comes to U.S. history, Winston-Salem

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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

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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

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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 &

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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

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