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Male caregivers need more support
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
It’s an interesting time to be a man in America. While the progressive and evolving tone of gender equity has focused on women’s rights and empowerment in recent years, lost among the headlines about the #MeToo Movement, women’s equity and rights are the realities facing men in this country who are increasingly taking on more
 
What if black professional athletes respected black economic empowerment?
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Oh, what a wonderful world this would be for black communities throughout our nation. We, as a people, have over $1.3 trillion in annual spending. However, our black-owned businesses account for over $183 billion. Do you see the problem? We don't recycle our money within our own communities. Not even 20 percent of what we have stays within our own business
 
Next big battle in NC politics just days away
Thursday, November 15, 2018
The 2018 election may finally be in the rear view mirror, but, for better or worse, the next battle over the state’s future will commence very soon on Nov. 27. That’s the day that Republican legislative leaders will convene the latest of their endless stream of “special” legislative sessions. Unfortunately, there’s little
 

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GoRaleigh Public Hearing

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Holiday Gala

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St. Paul Village Walk and Run

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Second-half rally lifts SAU women past Claflin

RALEIGH – Junior Kamya Renwicks scored 13 points and Angela Caraballo added 11 points to

Triangle Uplift Foundation hosts second youth summit

RALEIGH – Triangle Uplift Foundation will partner with the Triangle MLK Committee to

Michaux Jr. urges NCCU graduates to advocate for equality

DURHAM – Approximately 639 North Carolina Central University graduates received their