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Find ways to move your body while social distancing
Thursday, May 14, 2020
Recent Fitbit activity tracker data show a significant drop in physical activity worldwide that corresponds with the onset of the COVID-19 crisis. In the United States, physical activity has fallen by 12%. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, fewer than a quarter of Americans were getting the recommended amount of exercise. Some of the drop in physical
Civil rights leaders urge African Americans to remain at home
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
With the coronavirus death toll passing 50,000 during the last week in April, black leaders in the United States have taken to warning their communities of the danger of opening the country back up too soon. The coronavirus has devastated the black community in Detroit, and all of the fatalities in Richmond, Virginia, are African Americans. Though the

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NC deploys natural disaster hotline during pandemic

RALEIGH – Many North Carolinians find themselves feeling grief, anxiety or depression

New shelter for women experiencing homelessness

RALEIGH – A virtual ribbon cutting was held on May 28 as Urban Ministries of Wake County

Despite judge’s ruling, most NC churches remain closed

Another weekend with empty pews. Another weekend where the people of God will be separated,