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Orange County’s Board of Adjustment to Determine Whether the So-Called Party Barn is Really Being Used as a Farm

The property, which has an agriculture exemption, has seventeen weddings booked for this year
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The Trump Administration Just Lifted Protections for Transgender Students. What Does That Mean for North Carolina?

The Trump Administration Just Lifted Protections for Transgender Students. What Does That Mean for North Carolina?

"While the decision on the guidance is incredibly disappointing, it doesn’t exactly change the law here. Nothing about this impacts schools’ obligations to follow Title IX and the Constitution.”
Democracy in Crisis Podcast: What Can the Classic Political Film <i>The Battle of Algiers</i> Teach Us About Resistance Today?

Democracy in Crisis Podcast: What Can the Classic Political Film The Battle of Algiers Teach Us About Resistance Today?

A conversation with Sohail Daulatzai, author of Fifty Years of The Battle of Algiers: Past As Prologue .
A Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Just Filed a New HB2 Repeal. What's Next?

A Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Just Filed a New HB2 Repeal. What's Next?

The bill was sponsored by two Democrats and two Republicans. Cooper said the "legislation as written fails the basic test of restoring our reputation, removing discrimination, and bringing jobs and sports back to North Carolina."
The Durham PD’s Five-Day Report on Kenneth Bailey’s Shooting Is Basically What You’d Expect

The Durham PD’s Five-Day Report on Kenneth Bailey’s Shooting Is Basically What You’d Expect

One witness says Bailey threw his gun away. Another says the cops told him to drop his weapon before firing. The police department never identifies which officer fired the fatal shot.
Raleigh Raises Fees on Developers

Raleigh Raises Fees on Developers

The new fees are designed to fill an estimated gap of $6 million between Raleigh's current fee structure and its costs in permitting and regulating construction.

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Movie Review: <i>I Am Not Your Negro</i> Shows That We're Still Catching Up with James Baldwin's Clear, Unforgiving Vision

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Raoul Peck "finishes" Baldwin's Remember This House and connects it to the racial injustice of today.

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