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Op-Ed Updates: Where We Stand

Bassem Masri: “Racism is the conduit to white power”

With one in 100 Americans imprisoned, mass incarceration is a high mortality and morbidity contagious disease, that has gone unnoticed by public health and other medical officials.   259 more words

Failure To Listen

Africa: the continent of hope

Katerina Mansour
        Staff Writer

In honor of Black History month, I’d like us to take a moment and celebrate some of the amazing successes African nations have been achieving as of late. 765 more words

Looking back: The Carolinian coverage of the Greensboro sit-ins

The Editorial Staff

Fifty-six years ago, four African American students at North Carolina A&T State University chose to defy all odds by sitting at the whites-only lunch counter at the Woolworth store in downtown Greensboro. 460 more words

Replace Hamilton with Parks or Tubman

Mark Parent
Opinions Editor

Last summer, Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew announced that a woman would be replacing Alexander Hamilton on the ten-dollar bill. 744 more words

The sad legacy of “tough on crime” policies

Spencer Schneier
      Staff Writer

There’s a lot wrong with the way most Americans think about crime, none of which is best exemplified by “tough on crime” policies. 628 more words

Two For Tunesday: 16th February 2016

Rudimental – Rumour Mill 

Featuring vocals from Anne-Marie and Will Heard, Rumour Mill is the next track to be lifted from Rudimental’s ‘We The Generation’ album, which went to No.1 back in October of last year.  222 more words

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