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The Voice of the Black Community

Coastal communities in limbo after Hurricane Matthew

Princeville Town Manager Daniel Gerald says the town's economic future is in jeopardy.

National grant to train principals on bullying

With a $4.1 million grant to research bullying, researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia may be better equipped to help principals.

Advocates for campus safety reach out to Trump nominee

Thirty-two percent of campus rapes are reported, and only 2 percent of rapists actually serve time.

Shaw makes impressive bowl debut

Shaw coach Adrian Jones (center with trophy) and assistant coaches.

OPINION

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Envisioning the South without people of color

Donald Trump’s assent to the nation’s highest office has re-energized hate groups who denounce America’s growing multiculturalism. Immediately

You don’t call the police on poverty

I arrived at the Durham Co-op Market on Jan. 2 for coffee and to finish some writing. As I approached the market’s front door, a middle-aged black man

Upcoming Events

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Hypnotic Brass Ensemble: Concert

The Carolina Theatre of Durham presents Hypnotic

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Day 2 Day Dads

Day 2 Day Dads is a fatherhood program serving

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16th African American Cultural Festival

16th African American Cultural Celebration The

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BOOK: Author wants women to ‘Be Still’

Be Still By Marilyn Randolph Crystal City Publishing “Be Still” is the first work

Durham rapper runner-up in Verizon contest

“Gold medals on my neck … don’t give it up and I’m a take it,”

Shaw makes impressive bowl debut

Shaw football made an impressive showing at the inaugural HBCU Spirit of America Bowl last