It’s Black History Month in North Carolina, and many of our state’s most significant moments are still seriously overlooked.
After a judge suspended Columbus County Sheriff Jody Greene in October for racist comments, he resigned and then ran for re-election (and won) in what some are calling an effort to “game the system."
For Banned Books Week, an N.C. State professor of English explains how the recent surge in bans is targeting Black people and LGBTQ people.
Infrastructure, racial justice, and the economy were major topics as the Washington Post interviewed Biden supporters on his first year.
The FBI is investigating more than 20 bomb threats against HBCUs as racially-motivated hate crimes. Fayetteville State and Winston Salem State in NC were among the latest to receive threats.
Bring history to life with an east-to-west road trip that travels from the coastal maroon colonies to the founding of the sit-in movement to the site of MLK’s address in Durham.
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