Posts From Tevin Stinson

Students learn what knot to do

    Students learn what knot to do

Earlier this week he AAMPED (African-American Males Pursuing Education Dreams) program hosted the first-ever Guys with Ties Night.

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Judge Camille Banks-Prince visits students at Ashley Elementary

    Judge Camille Banks-Prince visits students at Ashley Elementary

Last week Judge Camille Banks-Prince stopped by Ashley Elementary School to talk about her journey to become a Forsyth County District Court Judge.

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Ron Stallworth of ‘BlacKkKlansman’ speaks on the campus of Wake Forest University

    Ron Stallworth of ‘BlacKkKlansman’ speaks on the campus of Wake Forest University

Ron Stallworth delivered the keynote address during Wake Forest University’s Journey’s to Success speakers series on Thursday, Feb. 7.

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Reagan’s Hicks signs with Mars Hill University

    Reagan’s Hicks signs with Mars Hill University

Last week standout middle linebacker Christian Hicks signed his letter of intent to continue his education and football career at Mars Hill University.

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Torre Jessup in driver’s seat at N.C. DMV

    Torre Jessup in driver’s seat at N.C. DMV

This week we shine our light on Torre Jessup, Commissioner of the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles.

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Dr. Virginia Newell still championing equality and education at age 101

    Dr. Virginia Newell still championing equality and education at age 101

When making a list of Winston-Salem’s Black History Makers, your list isn’t valid if it doesn’t include champion of equality and education, Dr. Virginia K. Newell.

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Get Hate Out of W-S promises to keep the heat on city officials

    Get Hate Out of W-S promises to keep the heat on city officials

Last Friday members of Get Hate Out of Winston-Salem gathered at the corner of Fourth and Liberty to keep pressure on city officials to remove the statue that depicts a Confederate solider holding a rifle.

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Bird Talk: Public Safety Committee begins discussion to regulate scooters

    Bird Talk: Public Safety Committee begins discussion to regulate scooters

Earlier this month city officials began discussions on how to regulate use for the scooters that landed on street corners around the city last fall.

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Larry Little, WSSU students, join fight to free Ronnie Long

    Larry Little, WSSU students, join fight to free Ronnie Long

Long has been in jail since he was 19 years old for a crime he says he didn’t commit. And last week students from Winston-Salem State University joined the fight to help Long seek justice. 

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Poverty statistics don’t tell all

    Poverty statistics don’t tell all

While anyone can look at these numbers and come to the conclusion that more needs to be done to lift our community out of this hole, it is equally important that we look at the root causes of these issues and uplift programs and organizations that are already doing the work to change the narrative.

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