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EXCLUSIVE: BRADLEY CREEK EXEC TALKS OF “POSSIBILITY OF LEGAL ACTION”

December 14, 2017 Mary Thatch 0

Marvelia Jackson, who worked as a medical technician at Bradley Creek and was one of two Black staffers to complain about the “slave lady” calendar to management, forcing them to retrieve all of the calendars distributed four days after they were originally given out, may indeed have a legal case against Bradley Creek, says Attorney Irving Joyner, Chairman of the NCNAACP Legal Redress Committee. […]

ENVIRONMENTALISTS WHO LIVE IN GLASS HOUSES

September 28, 2017 Mary Thatch 0

A coalition of area environmental groups is organizing a forum this Friday at the University of North Carolina Wilmington as part of what seems to be a benign effort to raise concerns over the growing wood-products industry in North Carolina. […]

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