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Novel by Charlotte author shows racial issues during desegregation

    Novel by Charlotte author shows racial issues during desegregation

CHARLOTTE  – A teacher who struggles with the loss of her husband and daughter faces a greater challenge as she goes “Through the Fire” (published by iUniverse) during Mississippi’s desegregation.

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‘A Time to Kill’ sparks discussion of race and justice

    ‘A Time to Kill’ sparks  discussion of race and justice

(pictured above:  Derrick Parker (left) and Brain Joyce on stage in ‘A Time to Kill.’) “Do you think we live in a country where the color of one’s skin determines

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Black Men Prepare for Challenges of the Classroom

    Black Men Prepare for  Challenges of the Classroom

The HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Male Summer Institute was held on the campus of Winston-Salem State University from July 27 – Aug. 2, attracting 30 aspiring teachers from schools

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Editorial: Nation of Immigrants

    Editorial: Nation of Immigrants

(pictured above:  New citizens take part in the local naturalization ceremony on July 4.) Old Salem’s Independence Day naturalization ceremony was one of many that took place last Friday, on

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Vast potential seen in Anderson

    Vast potential seen in Anderson

(pictured above:  Tim Anderson is showing much promise in his first full season of pro baseball.) Figuratively and literally, Tim Anderson

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Black doctors group fully behind Obamacare

    Black doctors group fully behind Obamacare

Last week, the National Medical Association (NMA) expressed satisfaction that more than 2.2 million people through Dec. 28 have selected

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Many states moving away from prosecuting teens as adults

    Many states moving away from prosecuting teens as adults

The Campaign for Youth Justice (CFYJ),  a national advocacy organization dedicated to ending the practice of trying, sentencing and incarcerating

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Voting Rights Act under attack

    Voting Rights Act under attack

Shelby County, Ala. is suing the Justice Department because they think that Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of

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Civil Rights icon says practice ‘aggressive patience’

    Civil Rights icon says practice ‘aggressive patience’

Hollis Watkins has been fighting for freedom for more than five decades. Watkins, the youngest of 12 children born to

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