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The Voice of the Black Community

Debate continues in SE Raleigh revitalization plan

The second public meeting to review the revitalization draft of the College Park and Washington Terrace neighborhoods did not go as routinely planned as the first.

Hurricane Katrinaís impact still devastating on some

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu took to the road to declare his city is 'no longer recovering, no longer rebuilding.'

Stone Center explores legacy of Baraka

The legacy of Amiri Baraka is a highlight of the Stone Centerís fall schedule next month.

Biles rolls to 3rd straight national title

Simone Bilesí friends are running out of words to describe her almost as quickly as Biles is running out of competition.


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Our white liberal conundrum

One of the enduring debates since the enslavement of Africans in the American colonies has been the extent to which well-meaning whites can appropriate black

Are you having fun with today's politics?

“I'll see your two blacks and raise you two more.” The vast majority of the news is centered on politics, specifically the 2016 presidential race,

Upcoming Events

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Panel Discussion

Durham County Library will host “Resilience


March & Rally

EVENT: Women’s Equality Day March and Rally


Fellowship Service

You are invited to join the Rebirth Baptist

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Volleyball season set to begin

Laquanda Dawkins has been named Elizabeth City State’s new women’s basketball coach.

#BlackTwitter fires up social movements

If you want to know at any given moment what a portion of black America is concerned with or

Durham plows ahead with light rail plans

DURHAM – Last week the Federal Transit Administration signed the Draft Environmental