Angela Cacace left a successful career in barbering to start her own construction business and enrolled in the Building Construction Technologies program at Central Carolina Community College (CCCC). On the first day of class, she was surprised to see of 12 students, six were women. It inspired her to start a curated Instagram page called @moveoverbob, connecting and empowering a community of female contractors.
Duke professor George Grody shares his story, of having a heart attack on campus and being saved by Duke EMS students who were studying just steps away in 2015, after teaching class in the same classroom on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
Warren Keyes, dressed as Santa Claus, appeared Saturday, Dec 2, as the Durham Holiday Parade’s first African-American Santa. He hoped his appearance would inspire both children and adults to make the world a better place for all.
Watch defense attorney Scott Holmes and Alamance County assistant district attorney argue about whether the DA should prosecute a case charging a Durham man with assaulting the sheriff at a "Confederate Memorial Day" rally.
In the years that African-American historian John Hope Franklin taught in North Carolina, there was a KKK sign greeting visitors to the state. Now a section of Interstate 85 in North Carolina is named for Franklin.
Hear why Terrence Brayboy will be hosting an African art sale, of more than a thousand pieces, at his Chapel Hill home on Saturday, Nov. 25, to help create jobs and buy clothes, food, bikes and an education for children in Zimbabwe’s rural stone-sculpting communities.