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The Voice of the Black Community

SC State fights to stay open

The only 100 percent state-funded historically black college and university in South Carolina is fighting to keep its doors open.

NC child poverty rate would double without intervention

North Carolina has numerous programs that aim to improve the lives of children and their families living in poverty.

Some faith leaders victimize rape survivors again

Simone Oliver had always been called, as they say in the religious community.

Men's Day at CIAA Tournament

Fayetteville State junior center Mike Thiep had eight blocks.

OPINION

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Time to bring back some help for low-wage workers

Half the states in the country currently provide help for their low-wage workers with a state Earned Income Tax Credit patterned after the federal EITC that former

New study fills in the gap on black girls

When asked what her teachers think of her and her peers, one black girl responded, “They like, can’t be trusted, or they are loud and rowdy, ghetto, and

Upcoming Events

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Food Pantry

The Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church food

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Conference IWD 2015

Let's celebrate the International Women's Day!

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St. Paul Village Community 5k Walk/Run

The Third Annual St. Paul Village Community 5K

Latest News

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U.S. Transportation secretary makes bus tour stop in Durham

DURHAM – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, Congressman G.K. Butterfield and

Some faith leaders victimize rape survivors again

WASHINGTON – Simone Oliver (right) had always been called, as they say in the religious

Ask Alma: Should I give my ex a break on support payments?

Dear Alma, I think I know what I’m going to do, but I’m curious as to what you