Share Award-winning poet, author and Civil Rights activist Maya Angelou encouraged a standing-room only crowd in Wake Forest University’s Brendle Recital Hall to take individual responsibility for creating a community of kindness and respect.
Share Grant to help N.C. Legal Aid end housing discrimination Raleigh-based Legal Aid of North Carolina, Inc. has received $325,000 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to help fight housing
Share Building social capital – or community connections and friendships across lines of race, class and neighborhood boundaries – is especially essential for those who are economically marginalized. Dr. James Johnson, the William R.
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