Editorial

Editorial: Check to see how Congress handles ‘net neutrality’

    Editorial: Check to see how Congress handles ‘net neutrality’

Imagine that you were driving on the interstate like everyone else, then a big semi-truck slows down in front of you, making you slow down. You ask, “Why is this

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Letters to the Editor: Selma, Israel

    Letters to the Editor: Selma, Israel

A matter of respect toward Israel To the Editor: Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu addressed a joint session of Congress on March 3: I am deeply troubled by the profound disrespect that

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N.C. senators against Lynch on wrong side

    N.C. senators against Lynch on wrong side

Greensboro native Loretta Lynch is on her way to becoming the first African-American woman to become U.S. attorney general, but without the blessing of both North Carolina U.S. senators, who

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Letters to the Editor: Lynch nomination, UNC Board

    Letters to the Editor: Lynch nomination, UNC Board

Disappointed  in Senator Tillis’ vote  To the Editor: Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) on Thursday, Feb. 26, released the following statement regarding North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis’ vote against the

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Editorial: Black History Month ending, but not work in community

  Editorial: Black History Month ending, but not work in community

Black History Month 2015 will end in a few days. All month media, organizations and businesses have given tidbits about

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Column: Celebrate black history all year, and include everyone

  Column: Celebrate black history all year, and include everyone

By James Ewers, Guest Columnist It has been so long that I don’t actually remember when I started celebrating black history. 

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Prominent alumnus: SCSU needs some changes

  Prominent alumnus: SCSU needs some changes

The letter below was recently sent to the South Carolina State University National Alumni Association by Rep. James Clyburn: To:

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Editorial: The Black Press strives to serve the community

  Editorial: The Black Press strives to serve the community

Almost 190 years ago,  prominent free black men met in New York City to discuss forming a vehicle to communicate

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Column: A tale of two cynics: Obama, Harvey share views on slavery

  Column: A tale of two cynics: Obama, Harvey share views on slavery

By Bill Turner, Guest  Columnist President Obama and popular game show host Steve Harvey both spoke briefly, but profoundly, recently about

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Column: Don’t forget the life and legacy of Malcolm X at 50th memorial

  Column: Don’t forget the life and legacy of Malcolm X at 50th memorial

By Ron Daniels, Guest  Columnist The 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the Selma -to-Montgomery March, and the passage of the historic

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