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Durham leaders discuss efforts to rebuild Black Wall Street
Friday, June 22, 2018
DURHAM – Business owners, city officials, educators, and clergy came together this week to discuss how to revitalize Durham’s Black Wall Street. On My Block: The New Black Wall Street Economic Empowerment Forum was hosted by Abundant Hope Christian Church. The discussion panelists were Phyllis Coley, CEO and publisher of Spectacular Magazine;
 
Greensboro again to host MJBL championships
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
RICHMOND, Va. – The Metropolitan Junior Baseball League (MJBL), a 52-year-old nonprofit organization, will present its 28th Annual Inner City Classic July 17– 22 in Greensboro for a second straight year. The MJBL, a national youth organization that boasts the motto, “Preparing Our Youth for Success,” will offer its championship
 
Why black women’s experiences of #MeToo are different
Sunday, June 17, 2018
In April, a 25-year-old black woman named Chikesia Clemons was violently arrested by police at a Waffle House restaurant in Alabama. A video of the arrest that went viral shows police pulling Clemons from her chair and throwing her to the floor. In the process, her breasts are exposed and her dress rides up in the back. When she attempts to cover her
 
Post Foundation "Luminary" award
Sunday, September 14, 2008
The Charlotte Post Foundation will honor Charlotte attorney Julius L. Chambers, nationally known for his role in school desegregation, with its “Luminary – Lifetime Achievement” award in September.
 
Post Foundation Educator Of Year
Sunday, September 14, 2008
For the $1,000 she won as The Charlotte Post Foundation’s educator of the year, Sophia Jackson has several ideas, all geared toward helping students excel.
 
Post Foundation Initiative
Sunday, September 14, 2008
By third grade, fewer than half of African-American students from these schools, both girls and boys, score above proficiency levels on state end-of-grade tests for mathematics and reading.
 
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