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Meet Charlotta BassMeet

March 15, 2023

She was born on February 14, 1874 in Sumter, South Carolina. Charlotta was the sixth out of eleven children for Hiram and Kate Spears. In 1894, she moved to Providence, Rhode Island to live with her brother. There she worked […]

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Flood Group’s Annual Image Awards

February 24, 2023

The Flood Group will present its Second Annual Image Awards on Sunday, February 26th at 3:00 p.m. at the John Chavis Community Center located at 505 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Raleigh. This event commemorates Black History Month and […]

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McClellan Becomes VA First Black Congresswoman

February 23, 2023

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia voters on Tuesday elected Democrat Jennifer McClellan, a veteran state legislator from Richmond, to fill an open seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, where she will make history as the first Black woman to […]

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Medicaid Recipients With Disabilities May Lose Doctor

February 20, 2023

People who use Medicaid and have severe mental illness, substance use disorders or developmental disabilities soon might have to switch doctors if their health care providers don’t sign on with new managed care plans.   These providers include many of the […]

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Let’s Talk About The 8 Dead NC State Students

February 17, 2023

By Will Bunch The rituals of death have become far too familiar at North Carolina State University this school year. The initial shock and pain of the campuswide “Wolf Alert” that yet another student has ended their young life by […]

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Dr. Spearman Died of a “Self Inflicted” Wound

February 14, 2023

By Cash Michaels, Contributing Writer According to the “summary and interpretation” from the Office of the  Chief Medical Examiner, the cause of death of Rev. Dr. Theodore Anthony Spearman, former president of the North Carolina NAACP, “is attributed to a […]

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Oldest Schoolhouse For Black Children in US Moved to Museum

February 10, 2023

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — A building believed to be the oldest surviving schoolhouse for Black children in the U.S. was hoisted onto a flatbed truck and moved a half-mile Friday to Colonial Williamsburg, a Virginia museum that continues to expand […]

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Biden 2024? Most Democrats say no thank you

February 9, 2023

WASHINGTON (AP) — A majority of Democrats now think one term is plenty for President Joe Biden, despite his insistence that he plans to seek reelection in 2024. That’s according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs […]

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Chemistry Internships for 10th & 11th Graders

February 9, 2023

NC American Chemical Society (ACS) Project SEED (Science Educational Experience for the Disadvantaged) is a cost-free, year-round science enrichment program for academically talented, economically disadvantaged students. The goal of the program is to motivate students whohaveaninterestinsciencetopursueterminaldegrees. NCACSProjectSEEDoffersa paid summer internship […]

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9-Year-Old Pennsylvanian Graduates High School

February 6, 2023

Ramon Antonio Vargas, The Guardian A nine-year-old boy from Pennsylvania who loves science and computer programming has become one of the youngest ever high school graduates, and he has already started accumulating some credits toward his college degree. David Balogun […]

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