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Eleven years of second chances
Thursday, November 5, 2015
RALEIGH – What do you do when you’ve been in prison for five years, and you’re coming home to no job and no support system, with a permanent record that feels like a ball and chain? Contact Dennis Gaddy, of course. Gaddy, the executive director of the nonprofit Community Success Initiative, is all about second chances. He founded CSI
Parents protest at Chapel Hill schools
Sunday, November 1, 2015
CHAPEL HILL – Some of the crowd that gathered in front of the Administrative Offices of Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools Wednesday released black balloons into the air, while others held onto theirs tightly. The balloons that drifted into the sky represented the 85 percent of black male eighth-grade students who did not pass the end-of-grade reading
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Decision pending on Wake Co.ís poverty schools

RALEIGH – The Wake County public schools board has yet to make a decision on its proposed

HBCU students weigh in on white campus protests

It may have started out as a protest against police brutality and senseless violence against

Hundreds celebrate as African American Museum nears completion

WASHINGTON — Hundreds of people gathered at an inaugural event for the Smithsonian’s