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Group strives to preserve historic black cemetery
Thursday, April 2, 2015
RALEIGH – Oberlin Village Cemetery is a century-old historic resting place for many of the city’s prominent African-Americans. Established in 1873 and located in the heart of Oberlin Village, one of the first black subdivisions in Raleigh, it is the burial site of an estimated 300 to 500 people. Now concealed behind redevelopment and oftentimes
WCPSS salutes trailblazers
Thursday, March 19, 2015
RALEIGH – “When we talk about trailblazers, we talk about someone who has gone where no one has gone before.” Those words spoken by Rep. Yvonne Holley (D-38) were none truer than for William C. Campbell, the first African-American student to attend an all-white school in the city of Raleigh. Born and raised here, Campbell went on to
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St. Aug’s sweeps CIAA Track and Field Championships

CHARLOTTE – Saint Augustine’s swept the CIAA Men’s and Women’s Outdoor

Disabled pastor alleges discrimination by RTP Marriott

DURHAM – Last August, a blind man said he was left stranded at a fast-food restaurant