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Whether it is freedom from slavery or freedom to express one’s political philosophy, members of the Democratic Party and their media allies take issue with free-thinking black men.

Published in Opinion

HAMLET — The College Innovation Network (Monday) announced the second cohort of higher education institutions that have joined the growing network: Richmond Community College (North Carolina), Arizona Western College, Bennett College (North Carolina), Capella University (Minnesota), Cuyahoga Community College (Ohio), Northern Virginia Community College, and Rivet School (California).

Published in Local News
Monday, 05 July 2021 13:37

OPINION: What to do when they're wrong

Here are three true statements, as best I can determine. First, Americans of all backgrounds have experienced gigantic declines in poverty over the past two generations. Second, most diversity training is worse than a waste of time. Third, police officers are no more likely to kill minorities than they are to kill whites during traffic stops or arrests.

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RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation is honoring the first class of the Office of HBCU Outreach’s HBCU/MSI Fellows Program. 

Published in Lifestyle
Thursday, 18 February 2021 11:17

UNCP to host Social Justice Symposium March 1-4

PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke’s Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity and the Social Justice Symposium Committee recently announced events for the annual Social Justice Symposium to be held virtually March 1-4. 

Published in Lifestyle
Friday, 22 January 2021 16:13

UNCP School of Education awarded $20,000 grant

PEMBROKE — The School of Education at UNC Pembroke will host a virtual recruiting event this summer to increase the number of teachers of color. 

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PEMBROKE — Drs. Malinda Maynor Lowery and Arwin Smallwood will facilitate a discussion titled “Sharing Black and Native Histories” as part of UNC Pembroke’s Virtual Diversity Series.

Published in Lifestyle

RALEIGH — American universities are in jeopardy of becoming no better than finishing schools reserved for the rich, Mitch Daniels told an audience at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

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