SCLC conflicts delay resolution of local issues – Source: The Daily Reflector

Internal conflicts at the national level of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference filtered down to Greenville and delayed resolution this week of issues facing the Pitt County chapter’s own leadership. (Source: The Daily Reflector)

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Barber, Tedesco face off at WRAL – Source: WRAL

Raleigh, N.C. — Only WRAL cameras were rolling as the two men most often associated with the Wake School Assignment controversy – N.C. NAACP president Rev. William Barber and school board member John Tedesco – met face to face on Thursday night. (Source: WRAL)

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Open House 10AM – 12 Noon, But What About The Parents Whom Work 1st Shift?

Just received a call from South Edgecombe Middle School about open house on August 23 10 am – 12 noon. But what about parents who works 1st shift, did they consider that? This would be days that parents would have to miss some time out of work because most parents would like to take their children to school on the 1st day.

Yep they say they want parental involvement but they are always doing what is convenient for the staff.

More emphasis was put on sports tryouts. Oh well. Here we go another adventurous year.

IF IT SOUNDS LIKE RACISM AND ACTS LIKE RACISM, THEN IT PROBABLY IS RACISM – Source: The Wilmington Journal

This is America, but you wouldn’t think so in light of recent events wherein two high-profile, long serving Afri-can-Ameri-can congressman have come under attack. They are being dragged through the mud in a rush to judgment regarding alleged ethics violations. Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) are the accused. (Source: The Wilmington Journal)