The chancellor of North Carolina’s flagship public university apologized Friday for the school’s history of slavery, adding that words alone are not enough to atone for using enslaved people to build and maintain the campus.
During a disaster like Hurricane Florence, many emergency responders need to pinpoint the trouble spots so they can rescue people.
Larry Monk just wants his father’s remains back where they belong, beside those of his mother in a cemetery in eastern North Carolina.
Because he can’t pay $228 in traffic fines, Seti Johnson faces revocation of his North Carolina’s driver’s license, which means he won’t be able to drive to the job he hopes to get soon.
Efforts to unravel the mysterious fate of North Carolina’s fabled Lost Colony could benefit after a land trust bought a coastal property where archaeologists believe at some of the colonists resettled.
As North Carolina grapples with whether to move three Confederate monuments from the state Capitol grounds, two historians are advising that they should be moved — but if that can’t happen, some historical context should be added so people can learn from the past.
Organizers rekindling an economic justice effort the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was planning when he was killed say many of the protesters and marchers in the Poor People’s Campaign are likely to look like Amy Jo Hutchison of West Virginia.
The renewed version of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s campaign to lift poor people is holding its first national mobilization, with actions planned in 32 states and the nation’s capital.
Two of the three men who successfully challenged racial segregation as undergraduates at North Carolina’s flagship university have now died in less than a month.
Dead men tell no tales, but there’s new evidence that somebody aboard the pirate Blackbeard’s flagship harbored books among the booty.