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Commentary: Second Chances– The Key to Economic Prosperity

    Commentary: Second Chances– The Key to Economic Prosperity

Gayle Anderson Guest Columnist In December, the U.S. unemployment rate remained steady at 5 percent, the lowest in more than seven years. By comparison, the unemployment rate in November for

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Hanes, Lowe eager to succeed Parmon

    Hanes, Lowe eager to succeed Parmon

The Forsyth County Democratic Party will pick the person who will complete the term of Sen. Earline Parmon – who was expected to proffer her resignation yesterday – on Thursday,

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Right to Assemble

    Right to Assemble

Rev. Dr. William Barber, the architect and leader of the Moral Monday phenomenon, has said at the rallies, “This is not a moment. It is a movement.”   Over the

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A hearty meal and thank-you for veterans

    A hearty meal and thank-you for veterans

Veterans were treated to hot meals and plenty of gratitude Monday. In celebration of Veterans Day, American Legion Post 128, which is thought to be the oldest predominantly black post

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War of Words

    War of Words

Local lawmakers defend, decry decision to end jobless  benefits for thousands   The past year has been difficult for Donald

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Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

    Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

The heat has been on local African American elected officials – particularly those on the City Council and Forsyth County

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Barber: GOP lawmakers will be judged by God

    Barber: GOP lawmakers will be judged by God

Rev. Dr. William Barber II says North Carolina is on trial. “I come by here to say to all those

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Column: Can We All Just Get Along?

    Column: Can We All Just Get Along?

I never considered the late Rodney King anything of a philosopher, but as one observes Washington shenanigans, especially around fiscal

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Editorial: Criticism of President still taboo

    Editorial: Criticism of President  still taboo

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright has been called a pastor’s pastor, a preaching master who’s like the opposite of March: comes

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Racial wealth gap triples

    Racial wealth gap triples

As long as most of us can remember, Black communities have taught and believed that a college education is the

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