K975's Ayeeedubb chats with Monika Johnson Hostler, Executive Director of North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, about the recent wave of sexual assaults reported at our local college campuses.
Lawmakers in North Carolina are now considering a new bill that could signal strict punishment for those who assault school workers. As reported by ABC11, the legislation, HB534, is currently moving through. If passed, the bill would classify certain assaults as felonies for repeat offenders. This comes as a video of one such assault is making its rounds on social media. On Monday, footage surfaced of a student and a substitute teacher fighting inside a classroom at Rocky Mount High School.
A Columbus County, North Carolina, sheriff—who was caught on tape saying he’s “sick of these Black bastards,” in reference to Black law enforcement officials (among a slew of other blatantly racist statements)—resigned from his job during a hearing that would have decided whether he was going to get the boot anyway. According to WECT, now-former […] The post Racist North Carolina Sheriff Resigns During Removal Hearing appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.
Columbus County Sheriff Jody Greene was recorded condemning "black bastards." The post ‘I’m Sick Of These Black Bastards’: NC Sheriff’s Abhorrently Racist Rant Recorded, Exposed By Cop appeared first on NewsOne.
It looks like the 2027 World University Games could be making their way to the Triangle! WRAL Sports Fan reports that Gov. Roy Cooper has officially signed a proclamation, expressing the desire to serve as the host city of the World University Games, the second-largest international athletic competition after the Olympics. In a press conference […]
White supremacists in NC sent racist threats to the town’s Black residents after a Confederate statue was bulldozed and removed last month. The post White Supremacists Target Black Residents After Confederate Monument Removed, NC Mayor Says appeared first on NewsOne.
Thursday, the state of North Carolina will send over 74,000 COVID-19 tests to colleges and universities, for students to take prior to leaving their campus. This message came after Governor Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina will continue to stay pause in Phase 3 and the number of people of indoor gathering has been lowered […]
Governor Roy Cooper announced today that he will sign an executive order today to keep K-12 schools in North Carolina closed until May 15th. https://twitter.com/NCCapitol/status/1242137438660722693?s=20 In addition, Governor Cooper increased the number of business that will need to close. By Wednesday, March 25, the list of new closed businesses will include: Bingo Parlors Bowling Alleys […]