Posts From Layla Garms

Professor pens bio about her hometown hero

    Professor pens bio about her hometown hero

As a girl in Omaha, Neb., Salem College Professor Dr. Tekla Johnson remembers State Sen. Ernie Chambers as being larger than life, a powerful figure in the African American community

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New Goler Memorial pastor is filling big shoes

    New Goler Memorial pastor is filling big shoes

Goler Memorial AME Zion Church has a new leader. Rev. Dr. George Banks, a Wake Forest alumnus, will preach his initial sermon during a special service Sunday. “We are excited

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Big Four alums pray, party and reflect

    Big Four alums pray, party and reflect

Alumni of Forsyth County’s “Big Four” historically black high schools kicked off their 18th Annual Big Four Weekend on Oct 18 with a spirited worship service at Greater Cleveland Avenue

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Reformed street hustlers tell cautionary tales for students at alternative school

    Reformed street hustlers tell cautionary tales for students at alternative school

Southside Rides’ Chris Washington, Charles Goldsmith and Rahaeim Johnson shared the pitfalls of a life on the streets with a captive audience Oct. 12 at Main Street Academy. Main Street

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Worth the Wait

    Worth the Wait

First-day early voters endure two hours in line    The early voting season started out with a bang on Oct.

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Party in Pink

    Party in Pink

Zumbathon benefits breast cancer awareness Songstress Trina Braxton was on hand at the Village Inn Event Center in Clemmons Friday evening to

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Black migration author draws large crowd

    Black migration author draws large crowd

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson came to town this week. She addressed audiences at Reynolda House on Sunday and at

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Actress motivates Obama volunteers

    Actress  motivates Obama  volunteers

“Steel Magnolias” star Alfre Woodard has been making a lot of headlines lately. A four-time Emmy winner, Woodard, and her

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Black Panthers’ legacy honored with marker

    Black Panthers’ legacy  honored with marker

When the Winston-Salem Chapter of the Black Panther Party was founded 43 years ago, the city was a very different

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Rec Center’s latest offering: GED classes

    Rec Center’s latest offering: GED classes

City native Dominique Adams made it all the way to his senior year at Carver High School, but said he

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