Our weekly roundup of good news includes an historic finding for NC’s Native American history, and more hope for the red wolves.
Skye Tafoya's work is featured in galleries across the country. Here's how she connected with her passion, and her family, at the same time.
Before Sir Walter Raleigh first stepped foot in North Carolina, our state was home to indigenous people who farmed, fished, and lived on the land as many as 12,000 to 14,000 years ago.
Equal Pay Day was started to raise awareness about the gender wage gap. But research shows race also plays an outsized role in earnings.
This Giving Tuesday, consider donating to a nonprofit that serves communities of color in North Carolina.
A higher percentage of Native Americans serve in the armed forces than any other group. An Onslow County Marine has founded an event to serve them.
Storytelling, theater, music, and Indigenous food, C&P's guide to celebrating North Carolina's native population properly.
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