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A Task Force Seeks to Shut Down Durham’s School-to-Prison Pipeline

Report: there’s an alarming disparity in the discipline meted out to black and white students

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At the Dawn of the Trump Era, Local Immigrant Groups Aim to Become a Potent Political Force

News Feature Facing a hostile legislature and federal government, undocumented immigrants are preparing to lobby the General Assembly

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Which N.C. Democrats Are Boycotting Trump’s Inauguration?

Triangulator Dozens of Dems across the country, including at least two in N.C., are skipping Friday’s festivities after Trump insulted John Lewis

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In North Carolina, Women’s Work Is Worth Pennies on the Dollar

Triangulator The wage gap is even more true for women of color

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An Autopsy Appears to Contradict the Durham Police Department’s Account of How Frank Clark Died

Durham County The report released last week supports witnesses who say he was shot from behind while fleeing

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After an Incident at Rolesville High, Activists Wonder if Schools Need Cops

Triangulator A school resource officer was caught on camera throwing a fifteen-year-old girl to the ground

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Good News: Roy Cooper Wants to Expand Medicaid. Bad News: It Might Be Illegal.

Triangulator In 2013, the legislature passed a law forbidding the governor from doing what Cooper did last week

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The Durham HRC Sends Its Scathing Jail Critique to City, County Leaders

Triangulator Some Human Relations Commission members, however, didn’t appreciate the report’s tone

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Raleigh’s First Responders Want More Money, But the Mayor Wants Them to Wait

Triangulator Nancy McFarlane thinks the city should address all of its employees’ salaries, not just cops and firefighters

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The Human Relations Commission Issues a Scathing Report About the Durham County Detention Facility

Durham County Among its recommendations: get rid of the cash-bail system

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In October, Raleigh Created a Task Force to Look at Airbnb Rules. Why Hasn’t It Met?

Wake County Two years after the issue of short-term rentals came to light, the city is still plagued by inaction

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