Emeka Emezie was shattered. He was captured on camera openly sobbing on the sidelines, distraught at the notion he’d cost his team a victory. After the game, he sent out an apologetic tweet to NC State fans. The reaction was heartwarming.
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – A Raleigh attorney who started the #MeAt14 social media campaign says she’s surprised by the attention it’s received and the willingness of some to share their personal stories of surviving sexual assault. “I hope that these are signs that we’ve kind of reached a tipping point of silence being used to […]
Durham’s City Council continued Thursday to refine a new social media policy for elected and appointed officials with an eye on First Amendment rights and public records law. The council passed the policy Monday night but agreed to revisit it during its work session Thursday to allow time to consider public input, proposed revisions, and questions […]
The Raleigh man behind the viral Twitter account @YesYoureRacist said on Monday that since publishing photos of torch-carrying white supremacist protesters Saturday in Charlottesville, he has received remarkable support – … Click to Continue »