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NCCU to celebrate the life of King
Monday, January 15, 2018
DURHAM – North Carolina Central University will host a number of events to honor the life and legacy of the late Rev.. Martin Luther King Jr. On Monday, NCCU’s Office of Community Engagement and Service will partner with the United Way of the Greater Triangle to sponsor the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at LeRoy T. Walker
SAU student to pitch idea at MLK event
Saturday, January 13, 2018
RALEIGH – Saint Augustine's student Brandon Gray, a sophomore communications major from Wilson, will present his social enterprise idea during The Institute and United Way of the Greater Triangle's Idea Generation Next: College Edition final pitch event. The pitch will be held Jan. 15 from noon to 2 p.m. at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing
Martin Luther King Jr. events
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
RALEIGH Jan. 15: – 7:15 a.m., MLK Jr. Triangle Interfaith Prayer Breakfast, Sheraton Imperial Hotel, RTP – 10 a.m., Memorial March, State Capitol Building, Edenton Street side – Noon, MLK College Edition, Duke Energy Center – 5:30 p.m., Musical Celebration, Duke Energy enter DURHAM Jan. 14: – 11 a.m., Michael Eric Dyson
Durham AIDS organization celebrates 30 years
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
DURHAM – The Affordable Community Residence Association, formerly AIDS Community Residence Association, is a 501(c) (3) Durham nonprofit organization founded in 1987 to provide supportive housing. The organization has served hundreds of individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS and the disabled by providing diverse, supportive housing options and
Chatham County Schools hosts alumni program
Thursday, December 28, 2017
Chatham County Schools has launched its second annual Distinguished Alumni Program, an initiative that awards the district’s graduates for jobs well done and community impact. This past school year, Henry Richardson, who graduated from the former Horton High School in 1967, was singled out for making a difference in both his profession and community
Grant to bring 'stories to life' for DPS students
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
“Stories Come to Life,” a grant-funded language arts workshop, will expand this year to reach more than 600 Durham students at Neal, Lowe’s Grove and James E. Shepard middle schools. Organized by the Durham Arts Council, this interactive program is designed to help underperforming students improve their writing, reading and communication

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