Despite the challenges of growing hemp, the business can be a rewarding one for farmers. One North Carolina program is trying to encourage and support more Black farmers in the industry.
North Carolina’s first FEMA-supported mass vaccination site set to administer 3,000 shots per day.
Gov. Roy Cooper and the state prison system agreed to settle a lawsuit over the conditions inside state prisons during the COVID-19 pandemic. The judge in the case, NAACP v. Cooper, had already issued a preliminary injunction, ruling that the conditions in the prisons were likely unconstitutional and that the groups suing the state had […]
Cultural and linguistic barriers hinder vaccination access for Latinx individuals.
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians recognized ‘misuse of resources’ when previously independent Cherokee Broadband was moved into the tribal government structure.