For the final installment of this month’s series, “Her Voice: Revolutionary North Carolina Women,” we go back to the 19th Century, to a town just outside of Charlotte and a time before women had th
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7:00am Mar 29, 2018Health & Safety Health & Safety Human Interest
5:00am Mar 22, 2018Education Education Race
At the turn of the 20th Century, a 19-year-old African-American woman from Henderson, N.C., began building a school – the Palmer Memorial Institute – that would educate more than 1,000 black youth.
5:20am Mar 15, 2018Human Interest Human Interest Race
Fifteen years before Rosa Parks refused to move to the back of the bus, another woman refused to give up her seat.
8:12am Mar 08, 2018Human Interest Human Interest Music & Culture
In the latest installment of our series “Her Voice: Revolutionary North Carolina Women,” we look at one of the first
5:00am Mar 01, 2018Human Interest Human Interest Sports
This month WFDD will be taking a look at the stories of pioneering leaders in our series, "Her Voice: Revolutionary North Carolina Women."