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Commentary: Police brutality, racism and politics

    Commentary: Police brutality, racism and politics

Police have a civic duty to protect and serve individuals, but like most people who hold a great deal of authority, their powers are sometimes abused. Unfortunately, police brutality is

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Black Chamber holds roundtable to discuss future

    Black Chamber holds roundtable to discuss future

The Winston-Salem Black Business Chamber of Commerce (WSBBC) is looking to grow and connect with more black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs in the area. That was the census following a small

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The N.C. Black Rep appoints artistic director

    The N.C. Black Rep appoints artistic director

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The North Carolina Black Repertory Company’s Board of Directors has announced the appointment of award-winning director, playwright, actor, and novelist Jackie Alexander as the Theatre’s new

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CDI director leaving post for teaching position at WSSU

    CDI director leaving post for teaching position at WSSU

Pamela L. Jennings will be tenured professor of innovation and entrepreneurship SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Pamela L. Jennings, Director of the Center for Design Innovation (CDI), will step down from

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Chronicle awards, HB 972 appalling, gun violence, Americans stick together

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Chronicle awards, HB 972 appalling, gun violence, Americans stick together

Congratulations to The Chronicle for great work Hello to the Great Pitts, Congratulations on 1st place Sports, second for Best

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Commentary: Does the pendulum of justice and fairness swing toward black men?

    Commentary: Does the pendulum of justice and fairness swing toward black men?

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist Alton Sterling and Philando Castile did not deserve to die.  The police shot them

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Commentary: Don’t give rap a bad rap

    Commentary: Don’t give rap a bad rap

Carledward Russell Guest Columnist Rap is an art form that can be misconstrued by many despite the personal experiences rappers

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Hanes, Ford call for meeting of black lawmakers on law enforcement training

    Hanes, Ford call for meeting of black lawmakers on law enforcement training

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE State Sen. Joel Ford (D-Mecklenberg) and State Rep. Ed Hanes Jr. (D-Forsyth) on Monday called for

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Broad book covers Charleston Massacre and racial divide

    Broad book covers Charleston Massacre and racial divide

BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER  FOR THE CHRONICLE The Word is what you crave. It’s where you find your comfort, strength, the

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Second Harvest Food Bank’s Chuck Harmon goes the extra mile

    Second Harvest Food Bank’s Chuck Harmon goes the extra mile

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE On a day when many of us  gathered with family and neighbors around tables piled high

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