‘George Floyd. We begin this meeting saying his name.’ State Board members discuss systemic racism.
by Alex Granados |
“George Floyd. We begin this meeting saying his name. For anything less further supports the comfortable silence which surrounds and...
‘Our skin is not a weapon’ – Meet the organizers of Raleigh’s Youth Rally
by Mary Willson |
Between the honks of cars passing by the North Carolina Capitol, a group of black middle and high school students...
Rural Talk: Shelter during a pandemic and the affordable housing crisis
by Caroline Parker |
How many North Carolinian households are considered cost-burdened? According to 2012 data by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies,...
Brief | Who isn’t responding to the census in North Carolina?
Every household that doesn’t fill out the census form online, by mail, or by phone — known as “self-response” —...
Perspective | Hunt Institute webinars explore learning loss, higher education philanthropic priorities, and more
by Hunt Institute Staff |
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the Hunt Institute is hosting numerous webinars each month to explore different topics across the...
Where do we go from here?
by Nation Hahn |
Hello, all. This is not your usual Awake58, because this is not a “usual” week. We have great content on...
by Mebane Rash |
Thinking outside the box – and school – for virtual graduation: Edgecombe Early College High
by Mary Willson |
When Matt Bristow-Smith, principal of Edgecombe Early College High School in Tarboro and 2019 North Carolina Principal of the Year,...
Perspective | A harmonious partnership between a church and community college
by Rural Center |
The congregation of Harmony United Methodist Church understood that the rural town of Harmony was hungry. They had several successful...
Perspective | Rockingham County High senior depicts the effects of COVID-19 through art
by Staff |
I created this piece for an art assessment given to me by my teacher Mrs. Cross. The assignment was to...