Saturday Feb 15
Black history month: celebrating on a local level in Fayetteville
February is Black History Month, but we'd all do well to realize that black history isn't just for African-Americans, it's for all of us.
FAMU Selected to Join APLU Inaugural Cohort for the HBCU Innovation...
Florida A&M University has been selected to join the inaugural cohort of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Innovation and Entrepreneurship Collaborative .
Openly gay former NFL player to come to N.C.
Wade Davis, an openly gay former football player for the Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks, will visit Fayetteville State University on Feb. 6. Davis, who now works as executive director of the You Can Play Project, will speak about the importance of inclusion in sports and elsewhere.
MLK challenge day of service: Part of the celebration in Fayetteville, NC
On the 50th Anniversary of Dr King's March on Washington, we ask how would Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. view today's faith activists? Professor Obery Hendricks, Professor Josef Sorett and Rabbi Steve Gutow say that King, the standard bearer for civil... An important component of the Martin Luther King Day celebrations is the Day of Service which ... (more)
North Carolina: Cops May Not Grab Driver Looking For Safe Place To Stop
Motorists are frequently told they are allowed to find a safe, well-lit location to pull over when an officer behind activates his lights.