BLACK PRESS, HBCUs KEY TO ENERGY INDUSTRY’S OUTREACH IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

BLACK PRESS, HBCUs KEY TO ENERGY INDUSTRY’S OUTREACH IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

According to a report by IHS Global prepared for API, “nearly 1.9 million direct job opportunities are projected through 2035 in the oil and natural gas and petrochemical industrie ...

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA  HONORS PENDER COUNTY NATIVE

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA  HONORS PENDER COUNTY NATIVE

On May 10, 2018, the State of North Carolina made history in honoring its very own Pender County native and trailblazer, Ambassador Mattie R. Sharpless, by designating a portion of ...

TAKING CARE OF SENIORS IN HOT WEATHER

TAKING CARE OF SENIORS IN HOT WEATHER

The elderly are often the most vulnerable to severe heat, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). ...

PATIENTS, HEALTH PROFESSIONALS OBSERVE WORLD SICKLE CELL DAY

PATIENTS, HEALTH PROFESSIONALS OBSERVE WORLD SICKLE CELL DAY

KC Morse and Dr. Biree Andemariam say that more work needs to be done to empower sickle cell disease patients and to increase awareness about SCD in the medical community. ...

HEY, ELECTED OFFICIALS:  NO MORE CHICKEN DINNERS…WE NEED POLICY

HEY, ELECTED OFFICIALS: NO MORE CHICKEN DINNERS…WE NEED POLICY

The Black community deserves to be treated more like a partner in a serious relationship versus some fling on the side where politicians whisper sweet nothings in our ears in order ...

DEMOCRATS CAN’T TURN STATES BLUE WITHOUT BLACK VOTERS

DEMOCRATS CAN’T TURN STATES BLUE WITHOUT BLACK VOTERS

In order for Democrats to turn traditional “red states” into “blue states” in November, they will need increased voter registration and strong voter turnout in the Black community ...

SCHOOL NAMED FOR WILLISTON CLASS OF ’59 PIONEER

SCHOOL NAMED FOR WILLISTON CLASS OF ’59 PIONEER

Barbara’s association with Liberia dates to her serving there in the Peace Corps after graduating from Johnson C. Smith University. Her early assignment was to teach mathematics to ...

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA  HONORS PENDER COUNTY NATIVE

On May 10, 2018, the State of North Carolina made history in honoring its very own Pender County native and trailblazer, Ambassador Mattie R. Sharpless, by designating a portion of U.S. Highway 17 in her name for her career in foreign agricultural trade relations, and for having served in a variety of senior more ...

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AFRICAN UNION TO HOLD SUMMIT IN ‘SLAVERY HUB’

June 18, 2018 (GIN) – “Corruption” is the theme of this year’s African Union Summit to be held next month in the capital of Mauritania – a country better known for being the last country in the world to ban slavery. According to the 2016 Global Slavery Index, Mauritania has one of the highest rates of slavery more ...

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HEY, ELECTED OFFICIALS: NO MORE CHICKEN DINNERS…WE NEED POLICY

The Black community deserves to be treated more like a partner in a serious relationship versus some fling on the side where politicians whisper sweet nothings in our ears in order to get the only thing they really, truly want—the Black vote. more ...

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