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The Voice of the Black Community

Durham city workers decry racism and favoritism on the job

Claim working conditions are a hazard

Exhibit honors Raleigh black promoter

John Winters, second from right.

High school: Beware the senioritis trap

Veronika Payne, center, works a summer internship.

Grade time for CIAA teams

Can Amir Hinton lead Shaw to a CIAA championship?


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Traditional school day and calendar out of sync with the times

Several local school districts have asked the General Assembly to free them from the rigid start-date and end-date of the academic year now embedded in law. They

Achieving justice for sexual assault survivors in NC

On average, 36 sexual assault evidence collection kits are collected each week in North Carolina. It is staggering to think that this heinous crime occurs so

Upcoming Events

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Black History Month

Time: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Central Community


Food Pantry/Clothes Closet

Clothes Closet: 8 to 11 a.m. Food Pantry: 10


Peace of Clay

Time: 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. PEACE OF CLAY, a new

Latest News

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NC playwrights co-write play from conversations

The way we grew up, the experiences we shared, these are the stories that bring us together.

High school seniors: Beware the senioritis trap

RALEIGH – As the new semester kicks into high gear, high school students usually tend to

Durham city workers decry racism and favoritism on the job

DURHAM – Durham city workers came out en masse Thursday to complain about racism,