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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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Broadway legend is a fighter for justice

    Broadway legend is a fighter for justice

National Black Theatre Festival Celebrity Co-Chair Tonya Pinkins is passionate about her craft, as is evidenced by the host of accolades – everything from Tony and Drama Desk awards to

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No Second-Class Families

    No Second-Class Families

African Americans have spent much of our history fighting for equal treatment. Just two generations ago, our parents and our grandparents were banned from eating at certain restaurants, attending certain

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100 years later

    100 years later

Winston-Salem is holding a big birthday party this weekend. It was 100 years ago that the towns of Winston and Salem merged, added a dash and became the city we

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NAACP banquet to feature Barber

    NAACP banquet to feature Barber

The NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet will be held on Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church,

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Race and the Legacy of Chavez

    Race and the Legacy of Chavez

In January 2004, as the president of TransAfrica Forum, I had the honor of leading the first African American delegation

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Black Catholics find hope in Pope Francis

    Black Catholics find hope in Pope Francis

Local black Catholics are looking to the future with new hope after the selection of the first-ever Latin American pope.

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Belles ready to ‘ Teach for America’

    Belles ready to ‘ Teach for America’

Three Bennett College seniors have been selected as corps members for Teach for America (TFA), a non-profit organization that recruits

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Noon Hour Commemoration Attendees Witness History

    Noon Hour Commemoration Attendees Witness History

President Barack Obama served as the keynote speaker of this year’s 33rd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Noon Hour Commemoration,

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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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