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Controversial ‘wall’ removed

    Controversial ‘wall’ removed

(Above: The Tate’s ‘wall’ as it looked last week. Part of Wingz and Spirtz’s patio – with the black benches – can also be seen)  Critics say bar tried to

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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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Group will use film to discuss racism

    Group will use film to discuss racism

Excerpts from the movie “42” will be shown during a Presbyterian Interracial Dialogue event on Sunday, Aug. 10 at 5 p.m. at Highland Presbyterian Church, 2380 Cloverdale Ave. The public

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Editorial: Deals with Devils?

    Editorial: Deals with Devils?

When the Koch Foundation gave the United Negro College Fund $25 million, it set off a maelstrom of comments in cyberspace and real time.  How dare the UNCF take money

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Editorial: Ignoring Black Vets

    Editorial: Ignoring Black Vets

The current controversy surrounding the plight of veterans in the United States is an important issue for all families in

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Extirpating Racism

    Extirpating Racism

Personal stories highlight YWCA initiative (pictured above: Gateway YWCA Board Member LaShonda Hairston speaks on the history of the Historic Oak Grove

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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

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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

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Editorial: Make God Colorless

    Editorial: Make God Colorless

On Feb. 28, Hollywood released a new movie, “Son of God.” Obviously, it is a story about the great Christ

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Editorial: Continue to celebrate Black History

    Editorial: Continue to celebrate Black History

Why should we continue to celebrate Black History Month? (pictured above: Oscar Micheaux, first black movie director who produced “Up

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