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Mt. Zion Celebrates Lenten Revival

    Mt. Zion Celebrates Lenten Revival

(Photos by Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle) Mount Zion Baptist Church, 950 File St., conducted a Lenten Revival schedule for 2015. The schedule included a series of special devotions and

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Report: Blacks, Hispanics Doing Better but Still Lag Whites

    Report: Blacks, Hispanics Doing Better but Still Lag Whites

JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite high-profile concern over issues underscored by the racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, African Americans and Hispanics are faring well in certain

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Rodney Sumler, AC Phoenix newspaper publisher, dies

    Rodney Sumler, AC Phoenix newspaper publisher, dies

Rodney Sumler, the founder and publisher of the AC Phoenix Newspaper, died on Saturday, March 7, in his home. He was 74. Sumler was known as a civil rights pioneer,

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Editorial: UNC Board appears set on reversing historic gains

    Editorial: UNC Board appears set  on reversing  historic gains

The Republican-controlled UNC Board of Governors appears to be going full-throttle to find ways to dismantle the University of North Carolina system as we know it. A board member told

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Pastors discuss race at forum

    Pastors discuss race at forum

By Erin Mizelle, For The Chronicle On the night of Tuesday, March 10, in a building that perhaps many Winston-Salem residents

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Obama marks Selma March milestone

    Obama marks Selma March milestone

(Above: AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin- President Barack Obama, fourth from left, listens to Rep. John Lewis, (D-Ga.), as he speaks about

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Loretta Biggs becomes U. S. judge

    Loretta Biggs becomes U. S. judge

(Above: Photo by Erin Mizelle- The Honorable Loretta Copeland Biggs, left, becomes the first African American female appointed to the

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Letters to the Editor: Selma, Israel

    Letters to the Editor: Selma, Israel

A matter of respect toward Israel To the Editor: Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu addressed a joint session of Congress on March

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Editorial: Check to see how Congress handles ‘net neutrality’

    Editorial: Check to see how Congress handles ‘net neutrality’

Imagine that you were driving on the interstate like everyone else, then a big semi-truck slows down in front of

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Maya Angelou stamp can be ordered for delivery in April

    Maya Angelou stamp can be ordered for delivery in April

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service has announced that the First-Day-of-Issue stamp dedication ceremony for the Dr. Maya Angelou Forever

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