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No ordinary walk
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Paulette Leaphart is no stranger to pain. A life of traumatic experiences she says prepared her for the pain that was to come – infusing Leaphart with the sort of strength she describes as not her own, but from a divine source. It is that strength Leaphart says saved her from years of sexual and physical abuse as a child. It’s also the
 
The fight for gun control deepens
Thursday, June 9, 2016
RALEIGH – There were more than 50,000 incidents of gun violence in America last year. A year ago, a gunman went into a historically black Charleston, South Carolina, church and deliberately took the lives of nine people and injured five others, hoping to incite a race riot. More recently, a gunman shot and killed a UCLA professor before later killing
 
Students' protests spark tuition bill revision
Friday, June 3, 2016
RALEIGH – There’s no power like the power of the people. Due to the pushback and outcry of students, alumni and other community members, the HBCUs included in the Access to Affordable College Education Act (Senate Bill 873) have been removed. The bill previously proposed to reduce tuition to $500 per semester for in-state students and to $2,500
 
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Aspiring Eagles prepare for college

DURHAM – Incoming freshman at N.C. Central University will have less time this summer to

The battle for Raleigh’s black neighborhoods

RALEIGH – Historically African-American neighborhoods’ Washington Terrace and East

Better health, declining financial security for NC kids

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