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Blacks and Breast Cancer

    Blacks and Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer continues to be one of the leading causes of death among women, particularly minority women, in the United States. It is estimated by the American Cancer Society (ACS)

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New principal aims to make a difference

    New principal aims to make a difference

By Kim Underwood WS/FC Schools Forest Park Principal Falicia Fuller headed off to college knowing that she wanted a career helping others. At first, she thought that meant becoming a

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Film on race debuts in Wilmington

    Film on race debuts in Wilmington

“Racial Taboo,” a documentary film that features many North Carolinians, was premiered earlier last month at Wilmington’s City Stage Theater. The site was significant; City Stage is a historically segregated

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Editorial: Running Roy

    Editorial: Running Roy

There are few who don’t believe that Attorney General Roy Cooper has begun to pave his road to the Governor’s Mansion. He has become quite vocal in recent months, as

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Native earns first victory in hometown

    Native earns first victory in hometown

Winston-Salem native Ryan Newman earned his first collegiate victory last Friday in the first day of action at the Wake

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Aggie is first Hercules Scholar

    Aggie is first Hercules Scholar

Tariq Alkebu-Lan, a N.C. A&T junior computer engineering student from Richmond, Va., was recently named the first Tom Joyner Foundation

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Textbook gives voice to blacks and Native Americans

    Textbook gives voice to blacks and Native Americans

Several Wake Forest University professors have contributed to a new text book, “Trauma and Resilience in American Indian and African

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Round Two

    Round Two

Voters to make selections in General Election contests Four candidates are preparing to square off in the Nov. 5 General

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Emmy goes to Bennett alumna

    Emmy goes to  Bennett alumna

“The Loving Story” took home the award for Outstanding Historical Programing (Long Form) at the 34th Annual News and Documentary

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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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