Share Leaders say the law makes no such assurances (pictured above: Panelists David Dennis with Superintendent Beverly Emory (center) and moderator Denise Pearson, a senior associate dean and professor of education at Winston-Salem State University.)
Share North Carolina’s racially segregated African American and Latino neighborhoods are more likely to suffer from inequality in living conditions related to housing, environmental justice and equal access to education, according to “The State
Share The NC NAACP will hold its 29th Annual Humanitarian Awards Banquet on Saturday, March 16 at Abundant Life Christian Center in Raleigh. Top honors will go to Anita Earls, an attorney and executive
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