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How do we support Indigenous students in North Carolina?

As one of the smallest ethnic groups in the state, what does education in North Carolina’s public schools look like for Indigenous students? And how are we supporting these students? 

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GPD changes name of ‘Run From the Cops’ race after community outrage, cites misunderstanding

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Winston-Salem DSA demands district attorney and DA candidate pledge to protect abortion rights

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‘I remain humbled’: Justin Outling concedes in Greensboro mayoral race

Shot in the Triad

Shot in the Triad is a weeky photoessay series by Greensboro photographer Carolyn de Berry.
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Culture

Culture

‘I Can’t Believe It’s Not Better’ tells experiences of love from genderqueer writer’s perspective

Allie Faulkner is the author of ‘I Can’t Believe It’s Not Better,’ a nonfiction book about their experiences in the dating world as a genderqueer person, someone who doesn’t subscribe to gender distinctions but identifies as neither, both, or a combination of male and female genders.

Culture

Bubble Boys: Rising from the middle at the Wyndham Championship

Culture

What do Black folks really think of BLM yard signs?

Culture

BREAKING: Triad’s vegan restaurants Dom’s and Radici set to close on Aug. 14

Opinion

Opinion

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Walking the course

Opinion

EDITORIAL: In Greensboro, a news hole

EDITORIAL: Astroturf and the Green Party in NC

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‘Sojourner,’ one-woman play highlighting abolitionist comes to National Black Theatre Festival

Culture

NBTF 2022: ‘Succession’ invites Black theater patrons to come home

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SHORT-CHANGED in the SHORT SESSION: The 2022 Legislative Issue

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