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Book details drama behind NMAAHC saga
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Long Road to Hard Truth The 100-Year Mission to Create the NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE By Robert L. Wilkins In 2000, the notion of the National Museum of African American History and Culture was an ongoing dream for several African-Americans, including Wilkins, a young public defense attorney in Washington, D.C., with a wife
Seniors: Know your rights in nursing homes
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
RALEIGH – "Please don't put me in a nursing home" is a sentiment I hear often from my senior clients. Many people seem to equate nursing homes with captivity and the end of all freedom. Realistically, though, as we live longer than our predecessors – often with various disabilities and debilitating health problems – nursing homes will
Gum disease may be linked to cancer risk in older women
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
A new study links gum disease with an increased risk of several types of cancer in postmenopausal women, even in women who never smoked. So-called periodontal disease was tied to a 14 percent higher risk of developing any type of cancer, the investigators found. But the greatest risk was for esophageal cancer, which was more than three times more likely in
The centennial of R. Kelly Bryant
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
DURHAM – When R. Kelly Bryant passed away in Dec. 2015, he was 98 years old. Almost until the very end, his nimble mind worked well, his wellspring of Durham history was ample, and his dedication to multiracial cooperation continued to be evident. If Mr. Bryant had lived a few more months, he would have turned 100 years old on Sept. 22. Although
Black Wealth 2020 movement spreads, Part II
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Black Wealth 2020, a new movement aiming to change the course of black wealth in America, is gaining swift support from national advocates of economic justice. "The struggle for black wealth is a legendary struggle. And so whether we're talking about what we have attempted to do in the past or what we should be doing now, the fact of the matter is that
Appeals court reverses ruling that had favored school board
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
RALEIGH – Regulations approved by North Carolina state education leaders are subject to review by a commission like most other government agencies, a split appeals court panel ruled Tuesday in another legal setback for the State Board of Education. The board, which administers the public school system based on the laws of the General Assembly, argued
McCain's INT leads Aggies to win
Monday, September 18, 2017
CHARLOTTE – Whether it is Boone in 2013 or Kent, Ohio, in 2016 or Charlotte last Saturday, North Carolina A&T has become adept at going on the road and winning games conventional wisdom says they cannot win. The Aggies (No. 20 FCS Coaches Poll/No. 25 STATS Media Poll) defeated Division I-FBS and Conference USA member Charlotte, 35-31, behind a
Affordable Care Act is working in North Carolina
Monday, September 18, 2017
RALEIGH — Newly released state-level data from the U.S. Census Bureau on the number of people in each state with health insurance coverage show that the number of North Carolinians with health care coverage continues to rise, largely thanks to the Affordable Care Act. While North Carolina lags behind other states that have expanded Medicaid, the
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NC hospitals offer Medicaid solution

RALEIGH – It's the first of its kind in the Tar Heel State. A coalition of 11 North

Shaw tennis impressive in tourney

Virginia Union will hold it athletic Hall of Fame banquet this weekend. The inductees are Andre

NC rural health care in jeopardy

RALEIGH – Rural communities in North Carolina could have reduced access to medical care if