Editorial

Trayvon Martin: One Year Later

    Trayvon Martin: One Year Later

One year later, the Trayvon Martin tragedy still stings – and some people are still throwing salt on the open wound. Recently, George Zimmerman’s brother, Robert Zimmerman, posted a tweet

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All White Federal Courts

    All White  Federal Courts

It’s 2013, not 1950, but someone forgot to tell our federal court system that. The N.C. NAACP is again voicing its concern about the lack of racial diversity on the

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Editorial: The AKAs Are Here

Downtown Winston-Salem is awash in pink and green. The ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. are in town for their 60th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference. The four day gathering,

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Column: Can We All Just Get Along?

    Column: Can We All Just Get Along?

I never considered the late Rodney King anything of a philosopher, but as one observes Washington shenanigans, especially around fiscal matters, it seems that Brother King had a point.  Can

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Race and the Legacy of Chavez

  Race and the Legacy of Chavez

In January 2004, as the president of TransAfrica Forum, I had the honor of leading the first African American delegation

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Editorial: Criticism of President still taboo

  Editorial: Criticism of President  still taboo

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright has been called a pastor’s pastor, a preaching master who’s like the opposite of March: comes

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Moral out of convenience

  Moral out of convenience

As a result of Ohio’s Republican Senator Rob Portman’s declaration last week that he now supports homosexual marriage, I am

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More youth priced out of college

  More youth priced out of college

Morehouse College, one of the most distinguished historically black colleges — with graduates like Dr. Martin Luther King, former Atlanta

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Change at the Vatican

  Change at  the Vatican

Were we the only ones expecting someone black or brown to walk out last week after white smoke went up

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Growing distaste for GOP-led General Assembly

  Growing distaste for GOP-led General Assembly

We knew it wouldn’t be long. It appears that North Carolinians are turning on the Republican mafia that is now

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