ZEBULON — Last year at this time, Tashauna Richardson was facing a great deal of hardship.
Today, the Rocky Mount native uses her low times as an example to others about overcoming adversity through faith, and the importance of giving back.
Richardson was still mourning the loss of her sixth child, who passed away of tracheoesophageal fistula as an infant in 2012, when she was served a notice of eviction in November, 2013. The 30-day deadline for Richardson and her five children to clear out of her home fell on Christmas Day. (Source: Read more)
Racist habits confirm the mentality that we are dealing with while some folks will say that we have come a long way. Really? Well I have a problem with what is happening in the now as it is being demonstrated directly and/or indirectly today. Curmilus Dancy II October 30, 2014
My condolences goes out to Sally, Mamie, Marvin, Milton Jr. and the entire family of the late Milton “Bob” Dickens Sr. formerly of Pinetops NC.
“Bob” is the dad of Milton Jr. Class of 1981 SouthWest and his wife Sally works at SouthWest Edgecombe High School.
Script.: Read Eccles. 3 and know, “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven”
Song: The Storm Is Over Now – Kirk Franklin
A North Carolina teacher is under investigation for racist remarks students said she made in class.
Cynthia Ramsey, who teaches math at Camden County High School, was speaking to a student eating lunch in the classroom when she discussed an item on her “bucket list,” the student’s mother said.
“She conveyed to me that Mrs. Ramsey had indicated that if she only had 10 days to live that she would kill all black people,” mother Kimberly Ashcraft told WAVY-TV.
Ashcraft said other students were nearby when Ramsey made the comment. (Source: Read more)
Check your Sunday School material and other church material to see if Dr. Grove’s name is on it.
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The Political Agitator response: If this had been my daughter she would not want to see or hear the word ever again because she would have a flashback every time she thinks about how I disciplined her.
RALEIGH (WTVD) —The Wake County School System tells ABC11 that several Millbrook High School cheerleaders have been disciplined following an outcry from concerned parents over an incident at a recent Friday night football game.
Some parents claim they overheard the cheerleaders loudly chanting the N-word, while taking a picture. They claim the girls were holding up “hand signs” that represent the racial slur as well.
Screenshots from Instagram were sent to ABC11 anonymously by concerned parents at Millbrook High. The pictures detail what they say they saw and heard at the football game last month at the school.
During a break from leading cheers, the cheerleaders were snapping pictures, in which they can be seen using their fingers to form the letter N. (Source: Read more)