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William C. Friday Fellowship for Human Relations: Announcing the Friday Fellowship Class of 2017-2019

These leaders learn to model former UNC system president Bill Friday’s civility, transparency, and collaboration across divergent ideas and identities.

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Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law: Constitutional Responsibility for Right to Sound Basic Education

Despite the ruling today, this lawsuit and our organizing around it has lifted the hopes of parents and community advocates in Halifax County  who believe that change is possible …

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New Guide That Helps You To Identify, Achieve, Measure, and Optimize Your “Happiness Index”

Are you as happy as you think you are? There is now a revolutionary resource with an insightful premise supported by detailed research.

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DPS Names Annie Harvey Deputy Director of Prisons

Harvey was promoted after serving as the coastal regional director for the Division of Prisons. She was responsible for overseeing the operations of 11 prisons …

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NC A&T University NENC LEAD-IT Technology Workshops

This project was committed to the notion that opportunities should knock on every door no matter how humble the household. Northeastern NC has been the poorest region in the state for the last 25 years.

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Adams, Butterfield Support Impeachment of Pres. Trump

Intense behind-the-scenes strategizing on the part of the 49-member Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) to have Republican President Donald J. Trump impeached. CBC will have a robust discussion on #Impeachment.

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Greater Health & Wellness

‘Medicare for All’ Could Be Cheaper Than You Think

While this wouldn’t be single-payer – in which the government covers all health care costs – and private insurers would continue to operate alongside Medicare, it would be a substantial improvement over the current system.

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The Opioid Epidemic Is Finally a National Emergency – Eight Years Too Late

“It has been many long, hard, agonizing battles for the last few years and you fought like a warrior every

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Three Ways Black Faith Leaders Address HIV as a Social Justice Issue

In Los Angeles alone, more than 120 churches joined the Day of Unity, promoted by The Black Church & HIV

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