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GOP leader questions president’s faith, agenda

    GOP leader questions president’s faith, agenda

Felice Pete, president of the Wake County Republican Women, told local residents that she’s long taken heat for being black and Republican. She “came out” as a Republican when she

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Black law students marking anniversaries

    Black law  students  marking anniversaries

Reynolds American executive Lisa Jeffries Caldwell will keynote the Wake Forest Black Law Students Association’s 28th Annual Scholarship Banquet on Friday, Feb. 15. The banquet, which will be held at

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Author enters uncharted territory

    Author enters uncharted territory

Southern black gay men’s stories brought to life Hickory native Dr. E. Patrick Johnson will be exploring the complexities of race and sexuality onstage at Wake Forest University’s Scales Fine

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Unhealthy Habit

    Unhealthy Habit

Obese black moms more likely to use TV to calm fussy babies Moms, especially those who are obese, are more likely to use TV to entertain and soothe infants who

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Reynolds hosting ‘A Cappella Jam’ concert

“A Cappella Jam for Hope,” an annual concert held by the a cappella groups at Reynolds High School, will be

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Black boys entering puberty earlier than counterparts

    Black boys entering puberty earlier than counterparts

Boys in the United States appear to be entering puberty much earlier than in the past – a trend researchers

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Phi Omega Chapter of AKA awards scholarships

    Phi Omega Chapter of AKA awards scholarships

The ladies of Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. celebrated high academic achievement on Sunday, Oct. 21

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Baker named top principal

    Baker named top principal

Jefferson Elementary School’s Nora Baker is the 2013 Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Principal of the Year. The honor was announced last week

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Study to explore if black, white cancer patients receiving equable care

    Study to explore if black, white cancer patients receiving equable care

A five-year national study now underway in Greensboro and Pittsburgh attempts to determine if technology and other tools can make

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UNC’s Stone Center honors Nina Simone

    UNC’s Stone Center honors Nina Simone

“Nina Simone … What More Can I Say?,” a new exhibit and play honoring the soul singer and North Carolina

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