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COMMENTARY: How many more will we mourn?

    COMMENTARY: How many more will  we mourn?

In photos above: Terrance Kellom, left, Freddie Gray and Natasha Mckenna By Cornell William Brooks Freddie Gray wasn’t the only person to die at the hands of the police in

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North Carolina GOP elects first black chairman

    North Carolina GOP elects first black chairman

In photo above: Hasan Harnett By GARY D. ROBERTSON Associated Press RALEIGH — The North Carolina Republican Party elected its first black chairman Saturday, June 6, in an upset victory

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Glenn football coach gets chance of a lifetime

    Glenn football coach gets chance of a lifetime

In photo above: Donald Carter Sr. felt like he had opportunity of a lifetime when four years ago he was offered a position at Glenn High School, where his son

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Voter ID law hearing draws large crowd in Winston-Salem

    Voter ID law hearing draws large crowd in Winston-Salem

In photo above: The North Carolina State Board of Elections public comments hearing drew in a large crowd of interested parties prepared to speak on behalf of the 2013 Voter

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N.C. Black Rep unites with Winston-Salem to provide entertainment for teens at theater festival

    N.C. Black Rep unites with Winston-Salem to provide entertainment for teens at theater festival

In the photo above: At right, Dasia Amos, of The POINTE! Studio of Dance, performed a segment from the dance

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W-S firm is researching chronic disease in black men

    W-S firm is researching chronic disease in black men

In photo above: Tiffany Williams (MPH, MLS), Gramercy Research Group project coordinator, back left, leads a new study participant through

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2 N.C. brothers seek to find normal life after being pardoned

    2 N.C. brothers seek to find  normal life after  being pardoned

In photo above: N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory By EMILY MASTERS Associated Press RALEIGH — Two brothers will receive more than

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Samm-Art Williams’ play ‘Home’ to be read nationwide on Monday

    Samm-Art Williams’ play ‘Home’ to be read  nationwide on Monday

In photo above: Playwright Samm-Art Williams Playwright to be in Winston-Salem for reading Special to The Chronicle Project1VOICE, a national

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Carver High alum returns to deliver commencement speech

    Carver High alum returns to deliver commencement speech

In photo above: (L to R) Tamir Glenn, Kayla Smith, and Marlene Tellez were the recipients of the I’m T.O.U.G.H

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Neighborhood group honors community leaders as it celebrates 25th anniversary

    Neighborhood group honors community  leaders as it celebrates 25th anniversary

In photo above: The Cleveland Avenue Transformation Team (CATT) received honors at the “We’ve Got Roots” celebration. (Submitted photo) By

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