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The Voice of the Black Community

Civil rights attorney running for North Carolina high court

Anita Earls makes her announcement at a press conference.

Durham kids at high risk for lead poisoning

Holly Dwan shares her experiences with lead contamination at the Holton Center for PEACH’s town hall meeting.

Black Man Run meets new faces weekly

Jason Coupets shows off his favorite running shoes, a pair of ASICS Dynaflyte.

N.C. A&T looks for perfection

Aggies coach Rod Broadway has lost three straight to N.C. Central

OPINION

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Remembering my client who died on death row

I’m a capital defense lawyer. Death is an inescapable part of my work, but that’s been true this year more than most. In January, my client, Ricky

Banking on Social Security for your retirement income?

If you’re a middle-income baby boomer, chances are you’re still struggling to recover from the financial crash that began in 2007. You’re not

Upcoming Events

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Book Signing

Time: 6 to 7:30 p.m. President of Long Ball

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Cantata

Time: 4 to 6 p.m. The St. Paul A.M.E Church

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Hot New Year

GRAMMY nominee Elle King, the singer-songwriter,

Latest News

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Remembering my client who died on death row

I’m a capital defense lawyer. Death is an inescapable part of my work, but that’s

Mixed results for Triangle teams in opening weekend

Former Fayetteville State and North Carolina A&T men’s basketball coach Jeff Capel Jr.

Half million in NC have COPD

RALEIGH – More than 7 percent of North Carolina's population has Chronic Obstructive