Posts From Layla Garms

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 co-stars Phylicia Rashad, Queen Latifah Condola Rashad and Jill Scott,

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Kids learn from the blindBlind

    Kids learn from the blindBlind

  Students in Cathy Peters’ kindergarten class at Sherwood Forest Elementary School got a crash course in blind awareness on Monday. A group from Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind (IFB)

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Center to probe minority youths’ disproportionate entanglements with justice system

    Center to probe minority youths’ disproportionate entanglements with justice system

Winston-Salem State University’s Center for Community Safety has been tapped to play an integral role in a statewide study that could change the conversation surrounding minorities in the juvenile justice

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Motsinger: Fifth District voters want change

    Motsinger: Fifth District voters want change

Over the last eight years, U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx has slaughtered a slew of Democrats who have challenged her for her Fifth District seat. Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board Member Elisabeth

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Pastors nudge residents to polls

Local pastors are using their spiritual gifts and community influence to get out the vote. Dr. Sir Walter Mack Jr.,

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Housing Authority honors heroes

    Housing Authority honors heroes

The first-ever Winston-Salem Housing Authority Heroes celebration was held Tuesday during the monthly meeting of  the agency’s Board of Commissioners.

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McCorkle lauded for breaking college’s color line

    McCorkle lauded for  breaking college’s color line

Fifty years ago, James McCorkle stepped onto the campus of Guilford College and forever changed the course of the school’s

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Tiny Vikings to host its first Pop Warner bowl games

    Tiny Vikings to host its first Pop Warner bowl games

The Winston-Salem Tiny Vikings are counting down the weeks until “Clash of the Jr. Pee Wee and Pee Wee Invitational

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Thinking outside of one’s cultural box can save lives, say experts

    Thinking outside of one’s cultural box can save lives, say experts

A woman’s race, culture and religious beliefs can all impact her health and wellness, a group of experts said last

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