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Rallying to Right Wrongs

    Rallying to Right Wrongs

On Saturday, Feb. 9, thousands of participants arrived at Shaw University (in Raleigh) to march to the General Assembly (The People’s House) on Jones Street. The State NAACP, in conjunction

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Black Leader’s Wish List

During the first week of President Obama’s second term, I joined a coalition of civil rights leaders in Washington, D.C. to call for immediate action on the urban jobs crisis

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‘What Have You Done for Me Lately?’

    ‘What Have You Done for Me Lately?’

Those of you who are still election weary from last year may not be pleased that another round of contests will be decided this year. Unfortunately, many don’t hold municipal

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Black History Month

    Black  History  Month

The first week of National Black History Month has come and gone. Haven’t you noticed the tributes to black culture on your televisions, radios and computer screens? The problem with

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The Legislature’s Numbers Game

    The Legislature’s Numbers Game

It’s sometimes hard to distinguish these days the difference between the governing body of the state of North Carolina and

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Hands off Malia and Sasha!

    Hands off Malia and Sasha!

  Just when you think leaders of the National Rifle Association can’t stoop any lower, they keep managing to plunge

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Remembering Hardesty

    Remembering Hardesty

On Jan. 9, 2013 hundreds of people gathered at Goler Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church to celebrate the home going of

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Mortgage servicers’ settlement

    Mortgage servicers’ settlement

Submitted by Charlene Crowell: The recent joint announcement by two key federal regulators of a negotiated agreement with 10 mortgage

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Is MLK Day a Time for Celebration?

This coming Monday, and the days leading up to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, will be routine. Men,

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Why No Uproar For Heaven?

    Why No Uproar For Heaven?

Submitted by Kalvin Michael Smith, Guest Columnist Heaven Sutton was the seven-year-old African American girl who was shot and killed in

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