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The Voice of the Black Community

The Triangle Tribune 2016 Mother of the Yeaar

Dollie Hawes Burroughs is just that a doll.

Few endorsements making headlines in black newspapers

Out of 26 major black newspapers surveyed by the Crusader, 19 are not endorsing any candidate this year.

Swapping food for community engagement

Bull City Food Swap, organized by Erin Urquhart, is set to make its debut at Fullsteam Brewery on May 9.

Barlow named VSU football coach

Former Alabama State coach Reggie Barlow was hired Thursday to take the rein at Virginia State.

OPINION

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Still answering the black AIDS call

The first cases of what became HIV/AIDS hit the news on June 5, 1981. Soon, Phill Wilson, then just 25, and his new boyfriend Chris Brownlie, were both diagnosed

Few endorsements making headlines in black newspapers

Forget it Hillary. Sorry Bernie. When the time came for the Florida Courier to endorse either candidate, the edgy black newspaper dropped a bombshell with a large

Upcoming Events

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BBQ for Missions Fundraiser

Catered by Bill’s BBQ of Wilson

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African American Cultural Festival - Call for Vendors

Calling all artists, merchandise and food

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ICON Lecture Series

ICON is proud to present James Carafano PhD, a

Latest News

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PALUMBO POINTS: Why breakfast?

The importance of eating a good breakfast has been widely promoted in countless public health

Still answering the black AIDS call

The first cases of what became HIV/AIDS hit the news on June 5, 1981. Soon, Phill Wilson, then

End times, rapture and Antichrist focus of new study

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Most Protestant pastors believe Jesus will return in the future. But