Protesters at the HKonJ People's Assembly Coalition Saturday criticized the N.C. General Assembly for being anti-immigrant, calling for immigration reform and the repeal of House Bill 318.
Irving Allen wasn’t expecting to leave the Center for School Leadership Development with a police escort — much less with a criminal charge and a court date.
UNC Public Safety officers arrested and charged Irving Allen, Femi Mimi Brown Shittu, Jen Myers and Madeleine Scanlon with disrupting an official meeting and resisting arrest, according to a Facebook post by Bryan Perlmutter, director of Ignite NC, an activist organization focused on social justice issues in the state.
The future of affirmative action in University admissions is uncertain, thanks to a case currently before the Supreme Court.
UNC has found itself at the heart of another lawsuit, this one alleging a violation of federal antitrust laws.
Known for being the wizard of the civil rights movement, Adam Stein often works his magic from behind the curtain.
Wielding signs reading “Laborers are $15 worth of respect” and “Up with wages, down with excuses,” several hundred protesters gathered in downtown Durham Tuesday night to advocate raising the minimum wage to $15.
While the U.S. and Iran might never be close friends, the two nations can at least share a playground thanks to President Barack Obama’s Iran nuclear deal, according to an expert on Iranian-American relations.
Defendants in a lawsuit accusing Duke and UNC of an antitrust violation have fired back against allegations made this summer.
Following a week of big announcements, the UNC-system Board of Governors met in committee sessions Thursday. Former Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings was elected Oct. 23, as the next system president and board Chairperson John Fennebresque resigned Monday — leaving the board’s leadership in a state of transition until Spellings assumes the presidency in March.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., left the race for House Speaker on Thursday — some speculate because of damaging comments he made about Clinton and the House Select Committee on Benghazi.
Despite forecasts by experts predicting a revenue shortfall in North Carolina, N.C. House Republican Leader Paul Stam is insisting otherwise.