Of the Jan. 6 insurrectionists, 18 called North Carolina home. Here's how seemingly normal people become extremists, how to spot it and ways to stop it.
Enslaved people literally laid the bricks at UNC. So how does its past reflect on the turmoil of today?
The author of a North Carolina history book explains why it’s so crucial for the state’s K-12 students to understand our state’s history of racism.
As marchers and civil rights leaders seek to humanize the man killed by deputies in Elizabeth City, it’s white folks who need to be listening.
This North Carolina teacher writes that recent suggestions by state education leaders to downplay the role of systemic racism in our country is wrong.
Wrongfully imprisoned in NC for 44 years, Ronnie Long comes to terms with a different world than the one he knew.
Ronnie Long talks to C&P about his four-decade wait for justice. And now, his wait for a pardoning from NC Gov. Roy Cooper.
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