Posts From Layla Garms

Theatre Festival season kicked off

    Theatre Festival season kicked off

Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins and NAACP Image Award winner Dorien Wilson have been tapped to serve as celebrity co-chairs at this year’s National Black Theatre Festival. Officials from the

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Marker to immortalize Reynolds union

    Marker to immortalize Reynolds union

Twenty years before the now-famous March on Washington, workers in Winston-Salem were fighting for their rights through Local 22 of the Food, Tobacco, Agricultural, and Allied Workers-Congress of Industrial Organizations

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Community helps end fresh food deserts

    Community helps end fresh food deserts

If the Dreamland Park community is a food desert, then Attorney S. Wayne Patterson and his wife Tamica want their Attucks Street shop to be an oasis. The couple’s Rebecca’s

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GOP leader questions president’s faith, agenda

    GOP leader questions president’s faith, agenda

Felice Pete, president of the Wake County Republican Women, told local residents that she’s long taken heat for being black and Republican. She “came out” as a Republican when she

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County eyes tax hike to counter low revaluations

    County eyes tax hike to counter low revaluations

Property owners should expect a rate hike as the city and county scramble for ways to make up the millions

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Parmon: current session is the worst

    Parmon: current  session is  the worst

Local Democratic members of the General Assembly frustrated by GOP’s moves With the election of Republican Gov. Pat McCrory, the

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New coalition lays out ambitious plan for schools and troubled youth

    New coalition lays out  ambitious plan for schools and troubled youth

City Council Member James Taylor convened the first-ever meeting of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Education Coalition Tuesday at City Hall. “I

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Home value dips spark anger

    Home value dips spark anger

Dolores Watson purchased her home on North Cameron Avenue for $91,300 two decades ago. The dwelling is now valued at

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Festival explores links between blacks and Native Americans

    Festival explores links between blacks and Native Americans

Hashim Saleh has dedicated much of his life to the celebration of African culture through his Otesha Creative Arts Ensemble,

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Churches urged to link the poor with healthy food

    Churches urged to link the poor with healthy food

In America, even the food system is biased, with poor communities of color struggling for fresh produce and other things

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