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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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Editorial: Origins of Freedom

    Editorial: Origins of Freedom

Independence and Freedom. What’s the difference? Simple – because you are independent, are you free? Are you free to command your own self-worthiness and proclaim who you really are? Are you

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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 America who have benefited from the service of millions of

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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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Reform Now!

    Reform Now!

Local voices calling for progress on immigration (pictured above:  WSSU students Bria Jones, Michael Lane and Endazha Hannah.) Rev. Glenn Pettiford,

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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

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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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IFB employees sign-up as eye donors

    IFB employees sign-up as eye donors

(pictured above:  IFB Employee Tameka Monroe speaks with the Eye Bank’s Dean Vavra and Katie Hall. (Below) IFB Employee Demarius Bowens

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Medical Center details global health efforts at symposium

    Medical Center details global health efforts at symposium

(pictured above: Dr. Avinash Shetty speaks about HIV/AIDS.) International health challenges and possible solutions to them were the focus of the

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Churches enlisted to fight kidney disease 

    Churches enlisted to fight kidney disease 

More than six million African American adults in the United States have signs of kidney disease – a total equal

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