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Leaders make Welcoming City statement

    Leaders make Welcoming City statement

Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE After months of controversy, City Council Member Dan Besse and community leaders released a Welcoming City joint statement at City Hall

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From the ashes of Jim Crow, The Big 4 Choir performs at Chronicle MLK Day

    From the ashes of Jim Crow, The Big 4 Choir performs at Chronicle MLK Day

The Big 4 Choir consists of singers who went to High School at Winston-Salem’s “Black High Schools” during the Jim Crow Era. The Big 4 Choir performed at this years Chronicle/Ministers

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Commentary: Ending generational poverty takes a new approach

    Commentary: Ending generational poverty takes a new approach

Jerry Anderson Guest Columnist Over the years (Happy Hill Garden-’51) there have been countless attempts to end poverty among minorities here in Winston-Salem. And even nationwide! While strides have been

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Lady Dragons defeat E. Forsyth Middle in 3 sets

    Lady Dragons defeat E. Forsyth Middle in 3 sets

BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE The match between East Forsyth and Hanes Middle School was a closely contested matchup throughout.  The teams split the first two sets and Hanes eventually

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Organizations join forces to send Thanksgiving Blessings

    Organizations join forces to send Thanksgiving Blessings

BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE The Chris Paul Family Foundation and the Triad Dream Center, a local nonprofit dedicated to

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COMMENTARY: A pep talk for progressives

    COMMENTARY: A pep talk for progressives

Rob Schofield Guest Columnist [As of Nov. 10] It’s been a devastating last 36 hours or so for millions of

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Workshop helps attendees understand poverty issues

    Workshop helps attendees understand poverty issues

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE The book “Bridges out of Poverty” took center stage in a

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Students ask: What’s next step?

    Students ask: What’s next step?

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE “How do we break down these barriers?” That was the question

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9/11 competition unites JROTC cadets and first responders

    9/11 competition unites JROTC cadets and first responders

Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The city and county commemorated the 15th anniversary of the 9/11

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New York Life and NNPA Publishers Q&A from #NNPAHouston2016

    New York Life and NNPA Publishers Q&A from #NNPAHouston2016

Eugene Mitchell and Margarita Anderson from the New York Life “$50 Billion empowerment Program” engage in a very transparant Q&A

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