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Morgantown Project Promotes Listening To Heal Racial Divides

Two activists in Morgantown are organizing a listening project they hope leads to greater racial understanding in the community.

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'Say His Name': Protesters Remember History While Marching For Future In Bluefield

In 1998, two white police officers in Bluefield were accused of beating and dragging a young black man, paralyzing him from the neck down. He died in…

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West Virginians Rally From Panhandle To Coalfields For Justice After Police Violence, Black Deaths

West Virginians across the state came together in protest over the weekend, joining thousands across the country demanding action after the killings of…

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Need Free Coronavirus Testing? Here’s Where The W.Va. Guard Will Be This Weekend

Updated Thursday, May 21 at 10:30 a.m.The West Virginia National Guard will begin its second round of free, drive-thru and walk-up testing, to reach…

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