Share Local voices calling for progress on immigration (pictured above: WSSU students Bria Jones, Michael Lane and Endazha Hannah.) Rev. Glenn Pettiford, associate pastor of First Baptist Church on Highland Avenue, was among the collective
Share (pictured above: Afro-Semitic Experience is known throughout the world for its unique blend of jazz.) The Afro-Semitic Experience, a world-renowned jazz ensemble, will perform a number of free concerts. The group will perform at
Share A group of North Carolina ministers gathered on the steps of First Baptist Church on Highland Avenue Tuesday to demand “fair and comprehensive” federal immigration reform. “We’re calling them to uphold the rule
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