Results found for racial | Beaufort County Now | Your source for all Beaufort County, North Carolina Events, Issues, Business, News and Information, Government, Politics, People, and Arts. Everything a tourist, and others alike need.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

78 Results found for racial

[ Search Users ] [ Search Calendar Events ]

Title   Description   Keywords   Content   Exact
 

several states implement discrimination based on FDA standards
several states implement discrimination based on FDA standards
 
Last year, advocates of racial preferences in California, where they’d been banned since 1996, attempted to change the law so that state colleges and universities could again give admission advantages to certain groups.
Last year, advocates of racial preferences in California, where they’d been banned since 1996, attempted to change the law so that state colleges and universities could again give admission advantages to certain groups.
 
One of the core values and beliefs that should bring us together as Americans is standing against hate and racism, even as we acknowledge that systemic racism and white supremacy are ugly poisons that have long plagued the United States.
One of the core values and beliefs that should bring us together as Americans is standing against hate and racism, even as we acknowledge that systemic racism and white supremacy are ugly poisons that have long plagued the United States.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper released the following statement on the Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice’s policy recommendation report
Today, Governor Roy Cooper released the following statement on the Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice’s policy recommendation report
 
One of the more flattering (and humbling) aspects of being a columnist is that readers will respond to you, often with thought provoking comments.
One of the more flattering (and humbling) aspects of being a columnist is that readers will respond to you, often with thought provoking comments.
 
North Carolina, like the nation, is facing three crises: COVID-19, racial strife and the economy.
North Carolina, like the nation, is facing three crises: COVID-19, racial strife and the economy.
 
This summer’s racial protests and violence have propelled the issue of slavery reparations under the national spotlight.
This summer’s racial protests and violence have propelled the issue of slavery reparations under the national spotlight.
 
As tech giant Oracle is targeted, there is an Epstein angle as well.
As tech giant Oracle is targeted, there is an Epstein angle as well.
 
Anyone who gets pulled over in Virginia will now be subjected to a series of racial questions thanks to a new law called The Community Policing Act.
Anyone who gets pulled over in Virginia will now be subjected to a series of racial questions thanks to a new law called The Community Policing Act.
 
There is violence throughout our land, and most of it in the name of eradicating racism.
 
Quaker Oats announced on Wednesday that it is going to rename and rebrand its pancake brand, Aunt Jemima, amid growing backlash online because the name was based on a “racial stereotype.”
Quaker Oats announced on Wednesday that it is going to rename and rebrand its pancake brand, Aunt Jemima, amid growing backlash online because the name was based on a “racial stereotype.”
 
The Fox contributor claims the president has 'dedicated himself to reversing civil rights progress.'
 
Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order No. 145 today, forming the North Carolina Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice.
Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order No. 145 today, forming the North Carolina Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice.
 
On Friday, the extremist leftwing majority on North Carolina Supreme Court continued their habit of legislating from the bench and quietly released a series of radical opinions changing existing laws.
On Friday, the extremist leftwing majority on North Carolina Supreme Court continued their habit of legislating from the bench and quietly released a series of radical opinions changing existing laws.
 
Kevin Jon Williams explains in a Federalist column that three Democratic U.S. senators should shift their focus if they really worry about anti-Asian bias.
Kevin Jon Williams explains in a Federalist column that three Democratic U.S. senators should shift their focus if they really worry about anti-Asian bias.
 
After slogging through a mass of statistical data and redistricting jargon, day three of Common Cause v. Lewis brought the court back to the fundamental questions: the constitutionality of Republicans’ gerrymandered maps and the legal implications of the controversial Hofeller files.
After slogging through a mass of statistical data and redistricting jargon, day three of Common Cause v. Lewis brought the court back to the fundamental questions: the constitutionality of Republicans’ gerrymandered maps and the legal implications of the controversial Hofeller files.
 
A new report shows that charter schools are becoming more racially diverse, enrolling more impoverished students, and performing better than in previous years, but experts say challenges remain
A new report shows that charter schools are becoming more racially diverse, enrolling more impoverished students, and performing better than in previous years, but experts say challenges remain
 
A new report shows that charter schools are becoming more racially diverse, enrolling more impoverished students, and performing better than in previous years, but experts say challenges remain
A new report shows that charter schools are becoming more racially diverse, enrolling more impoverished students, and performing better than in previous years, but experts say challenges remain
 
A three-judge panel has ordered a Stanford law professor to redraw nine N.C. legislative districts by Dec. 1, signaling "serious concerns" about the legislature's effort to correct maps that had been thrown out because of racial gerrymandering
A three-judge panel has ordered a Stanford law professor to redraw nine N.C. legislative districts by Dec. 1, signaling "serious concerns" about the legislature's effort to correct maps that had been thrown out because of racial gerrymandering
 
This academic year has been punctuated by a series of high-profile campus protests
 
There is no doubt Barack Obama's election to the presidency in 2008 was a watershed in America's racial history
There is no doubt Barack Obama's election to the presidency in 2008 was a watershed in America's racial history
 
The term "justice" stands pretty well on its own. But attempts to add a qualifying adjective to "justice" can prove problematic
The term "justice" stands pretty well on its own. But attempts to add a qualifying adjective to "justice" can prove problematic
 
The Gallup Organization and Inside Higher Ed co-hosted a conference in Washington on September 15
 
Lawyers, victims, and family members gathered in the Mecklenburg County Courthouse last week to hear the last remaining Racial Justice Act cases
Lawyers, victims, and family members gathered in the Mecklenburg County Courthouse last week to hear the last remaining Racial Justice Act cases
 
When the Supreme Court agreed to hear Abigail Fisher's challenge to the University of Texas's admissions program a second time, it seemed that the writing was on the wall
When the Supreme Court agreed to hear Abigail Fisher's challenge to the University of Texas's admissions program a second time, it seemed that the writing was on the wall
 
Four convicted murderers were back in court on Thursday in Fayetteville. They were put back on death row in December 2015 after the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled their case regarding the Racial Justice Act would go back to the lower courts to be heard again
Four convicted murderers were back in court on Thursday in Fayetteville. They were put back on death row in December 2015 after the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled their case regarding the Racial Justice Act would go back to the lower courts to be heard again
 
After Roy Cooper launched an online store with a t-shirt referencing the early '90s rap song "Whoomp! (There It Is)," the North Carolina Republican Party issued the following statement...
After Roy Cooper launched an online store with a t-shirt referencing the early '90s rap song "Whoomp! (There It Is)," the North Carolina Republican Party issued the following statement...
 
Why do African American students receive a disproportionate number of short- and long-term suspensions from classroom teachers and administrators?
Why do African American students receive a disproportionate number of short- and long-term suspensions from classroom teachers and administrators?
 
This phenomenon has been spreading across the country - from campus to campus - whipping up a liberal frenzy just in time for election season. The developments have me drawing comparisons to George Orwell's classic "Animal Farm''.
This phenomenon has been spreading across the country - from campus to campus - whipping up a liberal frenzy just in time for election season. The developments have me drawing comparisons to George Orwell's classic "Animal Farm''.
 
North Carolina has been talking for years about fixing failing schools, but so far it is mostly talk.
North Carolina has been talking for years about fixing failing schools, but so far it is mostly talk.
 
Starting back in the 1970s, officials at America's more selective colleges and universities began using racial preferences to increase the percentages of certain minority group students on campus.
Starting back in the 1970s, officials at America's more selective colleges and universities began using racial preferences to increase the percentages of certain minority group students on campus.
 
A good and wise minister friend of mine sent me a most insightful article concerning the situation in Baltimore.
A good and wise minister friend of mine sent me a most insightful article concerning the situation in Baltimore.
 
Charter schools increase segregation - that's the flawed conclusion of a recent National Bureau of Economic Research report by three Duke University Professors: Helen Ladd, Charles Clotfelter and John Holbein.
Charter schools increase segregation - that's the flawed conclusion of a recent National Bureau of Economic Research report by three Duke University Professors: Helen Ladd, Charles Clotfelter and John Holbein.
 
It's truly disgusting to watch the drive-bys - the remnants of the so-called mainstream media - working overtime to whip up racial strife in an era they promised us, in 2008, would be post-racial.
It's truly disgusting to watch the drive-bys - the remnants of the so-called mainstream media - working overtime to whip up racial strife in an era they promised us, in 2008, would be post-racial.
 
Another wave of bad publicity and legal questions isn't what the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill needs right now. But that's exactly what the school is getting, thanks to its longstanding and troubling use of race as a major factor in admissions.
Another wave of bad publicity and legal questions isn't what the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill needs right now. But that's exactly what the school is getting, thanks to its longstanding and troubling use of race as a major factor in admissions.
 
In July, I wrote about the pressure that University of Wisconsin officials have been exerting on the faculty for greater "equity" on campus.
In July, I wrote about the pressure that University of Wisconsin officials have been exerting on the faculty for greater "equity" on campus.
 
The school motto of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) is fiat lux, Latin for "let there be light." That is a fine motto for a university, which, after all, is supposed to be dedicated to the pursuit of truth. You can't very well do that in darkness.
The school motto of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) is fiat lux, Latin for "let there be light." That is a fine motto for a university, which, after all, is supposed to be dedicated to the pursuit of truth. You can't very well do that in darkness.
 
In June 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court took a step toward weakening racial preferences in university admissions. Ed Blum is trying to end them for good nationwide, potentially starting at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
In June 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court took a step toward weakening racial preferences in university admissions. Ed Blum is trying to end them for good nationwide, potentially starting at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
 
Last June, the U.S. Supreme Court took a step toward weakening racial preferences in university admissions. Ed Blum is trying to end them for good, potentially starting with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Last June, the U.S. Supreme Court took a step toward weakening racial preferences in university admissions. Ed Blum is trying to end them for good, potentially starting with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
 
Newer     Older »     

HbAD0

 
Back to Top