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Black-owned Scoop Zone ice cream truck aims to revive childhood memories

Featured photo: Zahra Jarrell serves ice cream to a customer. (photo by Michaela Ratcliff)The first time was...

Amidst pandemic and protests, Black self-care matters, too

First came the virus, then came the uprising.At virtually every turn this year, Black Americans have been...

GALLERY: Greensboro’s #BLM street mural

This weekend, a portion of Elm Street in downtown Greensboro got a new paint job: A Black Lives Matter mural on the street

Juneteenth elicits celebration and trauma in Greensboro

All photos by Carolyn de Berry6/25: An older version of this article stated that Parker and Vaughan were...

Mural dilemma: New GSO street art sparks conversations around tone and messaging

All photos by Carolyn de Berry.Two words have stirred up quite a bit of controversy in Greensboro...

The Weekender: Juneteenth Edition

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GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic, Part IX

Today we've got we've got a Faces of the Pandemic gallery from Todd Turner, who's been hustling around Greensboro to get shots...

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic, Part VIII

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic, Part VIII

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GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic Part VI

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic Part VI

For this installation of Faces of the Pandemic, Todd Turner visited the Interactive Resource Center of Greensboro, a day center for...

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Damage control and the teevee news

A big part of an editor’s job is damage control. Sometimes, we can actually head off the damage before it happens. Not this time.

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic Part V

We've got another batch of faces for ourFaces of the Pandemic gallery, this one from Todd Turner, who's working the Greensboro...

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BREAKING: Federal judge orders Graham to suspend enforcement of its restrictive protest ordinance

A federal judge has issued a temporary restraining order prohibiting the city of Graham and the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office from enforcing...

Black men arrested with weapons at protest while armed white militia men avoid charges in Greensboro

The arrest of six black men for weapons at Greensboro protest while white armed militia men avoid charges points to possible double standard.

NAACP challenging Graham’s restrictive protest ordinance in federal court

The Alamance County NAACP is suing the mayor of Graham and the county sheriff to overturn the city’s restrictive protest ordinance.

Black-owned Scoop Zone ice cream truck aims to revive childhood memories

Featured photo: Zahra Jarrell serves ice cream to a customer. (photo by Michaela Ratcliff)The first time was...

III% Security Force deposes national leader, reorganizes under new name

One of the largest and most prominent confederations in the US far-right militia movement has deposed its national leader and reorganized under a new...

Protests resume in Graham with state of emergency lifted

Antiracist protesters lifted up the legacy of Wyatt Outlaw and Black lives in Graham following the rescinsion of a state of emergency.

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Black-owned Scoop Zone ice cream truck aims to revive childhood memories

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BREAKING: Federal judge orders Graham to suspend enforcement of its restrictive protest ordinance

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NAACP challenging Graham’s restrictive protest ordinance in federal court

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Black-owned Scoop Zone ice cream truck aims to revive childhood memories

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