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The Voice of the Black Community

'Solidarity for sustenance'

One in four children in North Carolina is hungry.

Tuition could apply to ECSU students

North Carolina lawmakers have re-included one historically black university in an experimental program to cut tuition to just $500 a semester for in-state students.

Raleigh families have a new place to call home

Resident Denise Coleman discusses her trials in finding affordable housing.

From foster care to boxing champ

Lisa P. Cohen lived in 13 foster homes growing up.

OPINION

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Disrespect from Democrats and Republicans

After last week’s column on how the major presidential candidates snubbed organizers of this year’s National Black Political Convention in Gary,

New candidates for president, VP

DURHAM – North Carolina activists kicked off the Monica Moorehead/Lamont Lilly for president and vice president campaign on June 14, Republican presidential

Upcoming Events

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Dancing Hammers

Robert Burns & Victoria Van Arnam combine

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Festival for the Eno

The 37th Annual Festival for the Eno is the best

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July 4 celebration

The “Show us your stripes block

Latest News

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Getting married soon?

June marks the beginning of two busy seasons: summer and wedding season. With joyful

Tuition could apply to ECSU students

RALEIGH – North Carolina lawmakers have re-included one historically black university in

'Solidarity for sustenance'

DURHAM – One in four children in North Carolina is hungry. Between 2010-15 North Carolina