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The Voice of the Black Community

Changes to NC voter ID rankle some

Federal and state lawsuits filed nearly two years ago challenging what's in North Carolina's election overhaul law are finally heading to trial starting next month.

Food truck to employ former inmates

Sixty percent of men and women in Durham who come home from prison are still unemployed a year later.

College or chaos?

‘Dope’ explores the thin (funny) line between the two

Mo’ne Davis drafted by Harlem Globetrotters

Mo’ne Davis received an unexpected present for her 14th birthday.

OPINION

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‘Amazing Grace’ is about black slavery

My late mother's favorite hymn was “Amazing Grace.” The great Mahalia Jackson sang her favorite version. Oh, how I remember listening to her work around

Unexpected victory for voting rights

The Senate budget might not have been the most important story of the week, as absurd and regressive as it was. We sort of knew that was coming. What was

Upcoming Events

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Coastal Athletics Summer Camp

Join us at Coastal Athletics for our various

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Coastal Athletics Summer Camp

Join us at Coastal Athletics for our various

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Substance Abuse

The Orange County Department on Aging invites the

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Food truck to employ former inmates

DURHAM – Sixty percent of men and women in Durham who come home from prison are still

Southern customers unhappy with business phone etiquette

Only a third of people in America's South are satisfied with the way businesses handle their

Like mother, like daughter

Marcella Mollon-Williams is passing on a longstanding family tradition. A fifth-generation