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Historic African-American town slowly reopens after Matthew

Lucille Johnson, center, gets help from her friend David Joyner, left, and Edgecombe County Sheriff Sgt. Tony Harper.

Black Wall Street makes a comeback

Joshua Aurelius Galloway applauds a speaker during Black Wall Street Homecoming in the Full Frame.

DLC ‘leaves table wide open’ for students’ future

Lizzie Ellis-Furlong discusses her hopes for the Durham Literacy Center’s future after unveiling the DLC’s new mural.

FSU women’s basketball ‘pay it forward’

The Fayetteville State University women’s basketball program has sparked an initiative titled “Pay It Forward” to show appreciation.


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Four things Obama can do in his last 100 days

The countdown to President Obama’s last 100 began on Oct. 13. Already, the president has committed to spending his waning days in office by campaigning for

Don’t blame black voters if Clinton loses

Now that the dust has settled around President Obama's comments at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Phoenix Awards Dinner, let me give you my take on the

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TABLE Annual Empty Bowls

TABLE is hosting its 4th Annual Empty Bowls event


Leo Kottke

The two-time Grammy nominee and perennial


I AM Changing the Nation Conference

Apostle Shirley Wade Anthony will host her annual

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God is bigger than Hillary, Trump & my vote

HAZARD, Ky. – I've struggled with the choices we've been handed next month in perhaps the

Americans divided over religious liberty

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A Pew Research Center report suggesting deep division between Americans

Rance Allen releases 35th album

The legendary trio, The Rance Allen Group, will release its 25th album and third live project -