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The Voice of the Black Community
African-American Celebration In Cary
This year's 18th Annual African-American Celebration was titled "Moving Forward" and showcased an ensemble theater performance of "In Their Own Words: Enduring Slavery & Freedom" as well as music from Bradley Simmons and his drumming ensemble. It was put on by the Ujima Group Inc. headed by president Lester Thomas.

Roses Grand Opening
Roses held its grand opening in Southeast Raleigh on Jan. 29.

HBCU Parade
Mid-Atlantic Region of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. participated in Durham's HBCU Parade at 2014 Undergraduate Roundup.

Habitat for Humanity
Chapel Hill residents Sylvia and Fred Black got the surprise of a lifetime by friends of Habitat for Humanity Chapel Hill.

Bull City Stand Down
The Bull City Stand Down was held Sept. 19 in Durham. The event provides social services to veterans and military personnel.

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