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The Voice of the Black Community
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.

Upcoming Events

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13th Amendment Freedom from Slavery 150 Years

Welcome to the Free Spirit Freedom virtual


Durham Symphony Orchestra

This event will feature classic holiday tunes


Cinderella - Raleigh Little Theatre

Cinderella Destiny Diamond as Cinderella Photo

Latest News

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Decision pending on Wake Co.’s poverty schools

RALEIGH – The Wake County public schools board has yet to make a decision on its proposed

HBCU students weigh in on white campus protests

It may have started out as a protest against police brutality and senseless violence against

Hundreds celebrate as African American Museum nears completion

WASHINGTON — Hundreds of people gathered at an inaugural event for the Smithsonian’s