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In a touching address to the American people this week, Biden acknowledged that many minorities are struggling in this economy, and vowed to work hard to help them, whether they are "black, yellow, or taco."
In a touching address to the American people this week, Biden acknowledged that many minorities are struggling in this economy, and vowed to work hard to help them, whether they are "black, yellow, or taco."
 
Naomi Lim of the Washington Examiner reports on the Biden team’s emphasis on minority voters.
Naomi Lim of the Washington Examiner reports on the Biden team’s emphasis on minority voters.
 
The Biden administration did not give a clear answer Monday regarding whether they still believe communist China is continuing its genocide against Uyghur Muslims and other religious minorities in Xinjiang.
The Biden administration did not give a clear answer Monday regarding whether they still believe communist China is continuing its genocide against Uyghur Muslims and other religious minorities in Xinjiang.
 
Editors at Issues and Insights wonder why advocates of an increase in the government-mandated minimum wage ignore clear, convincing evidence of its ill effects.
Editors at Issues and Insights wonder why advocates of an increase in the government-mandated minimum wage ignore clear, convincing evidence of its ill effects.
 
Underneath the carefully choreographed unified exterior, signs are emerging that the coalition that helped to elect Democratic politicians for decades may be fracturing.
Underneath the carefully choreographed unified exterior, signs are emerging that the coalition that helped to elect Democratic politicians for decades may be fracturing.
 
Seven underrepresented minority in medicine (URMM) junior faculty members from family medicine departments across the nation spent several days this week at ECU’s Brody School of Medicine for mentorship in scholarship and manuscript writing.
Seven underrepresented minority in medicine (URMM) junior faculty members from family medicine departments across the nation spent several days this week at ECU’s Brody School of Medicine for mentorship in scholarship and manuscript writing.
 
State Rep. Edward Hanes, D-Forsyth, said a proposed Achievement School District that would operate with charter school flexibility is a step in the right direction to turn around low-performing schools that are "death traps" for the prospects of minority children.
State Rep. Edward Hanes, D-Forsyth, said a proposed Achievement School District that would operate with charter school flexibility is a step in the right direction to turn around low-performing schools that are "death traps" for the prospects of minority children.
 
Two weeks into the hearing over North Carolina’s 2013 election laws, we have reached some conclusions.
Two weeks into the hearing over North Carolina’s 2013 election laws, we have reached some conclusions.
 
The economy was not what it used to be. I had done well with insurance. I represented Ministers Life Insurance Company and traveled the eastern end of NC.
The economy was not what it used to be. I had done well with insurance. I represented Ministers Life Insurance Company and traveled the eastern end of NC.
 
Paul Gottfried's recent Pope Center essay The Academy Now and Then raises important issues regarding whether today's campus permits the expression of unpopular ideas. He argues that campus life was far more open when he began his academic career in the 1960s than it is in today's PC-dominated world.
Paul Gottfried's recent Pope Center essay The Academy Now and Then raises important issues regarding whether today's campus permits the expression of unpopular ideas. He argues that campus life was far more open when he began his academic career in the 1960s than it is in today's PC-dominated world.
 
The ECU Steel Chef competition was held April 3 at the Golden Corral Culinary Center on campus as part of the College of Human Ecology’s celebration of Hospitality Week.
The ECU Steel Chef competition was held April 3 at the Golden Corral Culinary Center on campus as part of the College of Human Ecology’s celebration of Hospitality Week.
 
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