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Report: Blacks, Hispanics Doing Better but Still Lag Whites

    Report: Blacks, Hispanics Doing Better but Still Lag Whites

JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite high-profile concern over issues underscored by the racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, African Americans and Hispanics are faring well in certain

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Research firm hires three

    Research firm hires three

(pictured above:  New hires Tiffany Williams, Caroline Kraus and Correll McCrae.) Gramercy Research Group, a Winston-Salem-based private research firm, has three new employees – Tiffany Williams, Caroline Kraus and Correll McCrae.

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Lawmakers to push for fathers’ rights

    Lawmakers to push for fathers’ rights

A few days before Father’s Day, members of the North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus announced their support of a Raleigh-based nonprofit’s mission to get fairer visitation and other rights for

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High hopes for new ICRCM leader

    High hopes for new ICRCM leader

Lacy Ward Jr. has been named the new executive director of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum (ICRCM) in Greensboro. His appointment, effective May 19 will entail working with

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Pakistani students studying at Bennett

    Pakistani students studying at Bennett

(pictured above: (From left) Jessica Anum Shahid, Zara Khan Durrani and Fareeha Ambar are spending a semester at Bennett.) Bennett College

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Fast food only part of the problem

    Fast food only part of the problem

For several years, many have been quick to attribute rising fast food consumption as the major factor causing rapid increases

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Editorial: Hagan’s Latest

    Editorial: Hagan’s Latest

From Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the west to Cape Hatteras National Seashore in the east, North Carolinians are

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A-Fib especially harmful for women and blacks

    A-Fib especially harmful for women and blacks

Doctors have known for years that atrial fibrillation (AF), or irregular heartbeat, increases the risk for stroke, but now researchers

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The Human Touch

    The Human Touch

New WFU program will focus on training people-friendly docs Wake Forest University’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Pathway to Medicine Program aims to

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UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

    UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

North Carolina’s racially segregated African American and Latino neighborhoods are more likely to suffer from inequality in living conditions related

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