Carl W. Kenney

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Where are Durham's new, black leaders? Where are Durham's new, black leaders? There's grumbling that no one is stepping up January 10, 2007
Durham, heal thyself Durham, heal thyself More important than discovering who burned three crosses in Durham is addressing the environment that made it happen. Black and white leaders have a bad case of "I'm right and you're wrong," and the remedy is civility and acknowledgement that there is tr June 01, 2005
Waiting to exhale Waiting to exhale A local minister recounts how he learned to breathe February 04, 2004
A conversation that can't be heard A conversation that can't be heard Gays and the Black Church January 12, 2005

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