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Editorial: Common Core, White Power

    Editorial: Common Core, White Power

Parents have been advised to expect their kids to bring home lower End-of-Course (EOC) and End-of-Grade (EOG) scores when they are released around Thanksgiving. Lower proficiency scores are expected statewide

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‘Four’ the Good Times

    ‘Four’ the Good Times

Alumni continue schools’ legacies The Big Four Reunion wrapped up Saturday night with a dance at the Benton Convention Center that had alumni of the county’s historically black high schools

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Conference to focus on post March progress

    Conference to focus on post March progress

UNCG’s 23rd Annual Conference on African American Culture and Experience (CACE) will focus on the theme “The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: Fifty Years Later.” Hosted by UNCG’s

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Talk of HBCU consolidation blasted

    Talk of HBCU consolidation blasted

A national report probes the problems that historically black colleges and universities face, as there is new talk in North Carolina of consolidating some of the state’s public HBCUs. In

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UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

    UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

North Carolina’s racially segregated African American and Latino neighborhoods are more likely to suffer from inequality in living conditions related

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Weight-loss impetus for new lease on life

    Weight-loss impetus for new lease on life

If you were acquainted with Dr. Tony Burton III a decade ago, you might not recognize him today. That’s because

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Carver hires new athletics leaders

    Carver hires new athletics leaders

Carver High School recently named  Michael Winbush as its news athletic director and Danny Piggott as the assistant athletic director.

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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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Rock-Solid Advice

    Rock-Solid Advice

Mother of actor/comedian speaks to local students  Comedian Chris Rock’s mother, Rosalie “Rose” Rock, visited Kernersville Monday. Rock, an educator

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Liberian ambassador: We need your support

    Liberian ambassador:  We need your support

Liberian Ambassador Jeremiah Sulunteh spent four days in North Carolina beginning late last month, touring local facilities and meeting with

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