Jordan Meadows Staff Writer The Black Conservative Federation (BCF) Gala held in Columbia, South Carolina on Friday marked a significant gathering of some of the nation’s most prominent Black conservatives. The event aimed to underscore former President Donald Trump’s […]Read More
Smithfield, VA – Smithfield Foods has donated $100,000 to fund a mobile food retail market that will provide fresh food in food deserts throughout southeastern North Carolina. The donation to Ripe for Revival, a nonprofit founded to address food insecurity […]Read More
With unwavering confidence and determination, I address you today regarding Saint Augustine’s University’s response to SACSCOC’s recent decision. I assure you that SAU will keep its doors open, and we have a clear plan to navigate the challenges ahead. Importantly, […]Read More
ANAHUAC, Texas (AP) – A Black high school student’s monthslong punishment by his Texas school district for refusing to change his hairstyle does not violate a new state law that prohibits race-based hair discrimination, a judge ruled on Thursday. Darryl […]Read More
LAS VEGAS (AP) – Hydeia Broadbent, the HIV/AIDS activist who came to national prominence in the 1990s as a young child for her inspirational talks to reduce the stigma surrounding the virus she was born with, has died. She was […]Read More
By Jheri Hardaway Special To The Carolinian Reginald Alexander Thompson, the epitome of Aggie Pride, was affectionately known to the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University New City Alumni Association as Mr. Reggie. Mr. Reggie channeled the same affection […]Read More
South Carolina House approves Sunday liquor sales, potentially lifting another religious restriction
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – The South Carolina House has given key approval to a bill allowing liquor stores to stay open on Sundays for a few hours if their local governments allow it. Supporters said it is time to update […]Read More
By: JORDAN MEADOWS, STAFF WRITER Professor Irving L. Joyner has been an integral part of the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law since 1982. As one of the university’s longest-serving faculty members, Professor Joyner’s journey is marked by […]Read More
North Carolinians should be concerned about the high stakes of the 2024 judicial elections – and beyond, social justice leaders say. “Our courts have been, and should be, the guard rails. They should function as a way for checks and […]Read More
By: Jonathan Sher ”Saturday Night Live’s” Weekend Update” joked recently that the menu on the Titanic — the infamous, ill-fated luxury ocean liner — included not only gourmet foods, but also “bottomless water.” Perhaps innocent joking about it has become […]Read More
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