A local Alamance County organization has been listed as a neo-confederate hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The group ACTBAC, which stands for "Alamance County taking back Alamance County, was founded on the principles of preserving the southern heritage and having southern pride.
Paige Pauroso, from Williamsburg, is a Senior Reporter for Elon News Network. She is a Broadcast Journalism major.
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Brothers of one of Elon's historically black fraternities find racist remarks at fraternity convention in GreensboroBy Paige Pauroso | 11/16/16 10:43pm
These words and symbols were written on a bathroom wall at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro at an annual statewide convention for the historically black Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, founded in 1906.
On Tuesday evening between 8:45 p.m. and 10 p.m., a female Elon student had racial slurs yelled at her from a vehicle while walking on campus between the Inman Admissions Welcome Center and the Koury Business Center, according to Dean of Students Smith Jackson and Vice President of University Communications Dan Anderson
The Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life held a 9/11 Interfaith Service Sunday to honor those who died during the September 11 terrorist attacks 15 years ago. The service started with music and multi-faith prayers and reflections led by Muslim Life coordinator Imam Shane Atkinson, Reverend Adam Shoemaker of Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter, Associate Chaplan of Protestant Life Reverend Dr. Joel Harter and Associate Chaplin of Jewish Life Rabbi Meir Goldstein.
Associate Professor of Communications Naeemah Clark is so considerate and caring about other people, she stopped in the middle of responding to a question because she saw someone wandering aimlessly in McEwen and thought he was lost.
GRAHAM -- Sheriff Terry Johnson and the Alamance County Sheriff's Office held a news conference Friday to speak publicly about the settlement reached that led the Department of Justice to drop its lawsuit against the Office. Almost a year ago, Federal Judge Thomas Schroeder released a 253-page document dismissing the federal lawsuit against the department, which the DOJ initially appealed. "It feels like a million pounds has been lifted off me, it has restored my faith," Johnson said. The lawsuit began in December of 2012 Sheriff Johnson and his office were accused of racially profiling and targeting Latinos since 2007.
CLEVELAND — The Republican National Convention started Monday with many young people in attendance representing the Grand Old Party. Cassie Unruh, 17, said she “loves being part of the Republican Party,” especially now that she’s “actually old enough to care.” Unruh has attended conventions since she was born.