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Celebs descend onto ‘Black Theatre Holy Ground’

    Celebs descend onto ‘Black Theatre Holy Ground’

In above photo: Winston-Salem native  Jackee Harry discusses “Black Stars of the Great White Way”. This is Harry’s first time attending the National Black Theatre Festival. (Photo by Tevin Stinson)

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Estate sale starts today at Maya Angelou’s home

    Estate sale starts today at Maya Angelou’s home

In above photo: Maya Angelou Special to The Chronicle Laster’s Fine Art & Antiques will host an estate sale at the personal home of Dr. Maya Angelou, 2716 Bartram Road,

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Project will do ‘wonderful things’ for W-S

    Project will do ‘wonderful things’ for W-S

In above photo: Vivian Reed presents insights into “An Evening with Vivian Reed” at a press conference on Tuesday, Aug. 4, as part of NBTF (Photo by Tori P. Haynesworth)

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Editorial: 50 years later, Voting Rights Act under attack

    Editorial: 50 years later, Voting Rights Act under attack

Cartoon by Ron Rogers for the Winston-Salem Chronicle 2015 has been a year of milestones, from an African-American president of the United States marching in the re-enactment of the final

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Register to vote, Konnoak Elementary, and Gay Marriage

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Register to vote, Konnoak Elementary, and Gay Marriage

Register to vote and go to polls for victory To the Editor: We won one battle, but we have three

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Commentary: A soulful celebration of voting

    Commentary: A soulful celebration of voting

In above photo: Linda Sutton Linda Sutton, Guest Columnist This Thursday, Aug. 6, marks the 50th anniversary of the federal Voting

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Commentary: Donald Trump brings Malcolm X to mind

    Commentary: Donald Trump brings Malcolm X to mind

In above photo: Malcolm X and Donald Trump Bill Turner, Guest Columnist Those who want to understand why Donald Trump

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Commentary: Symbols shape what we think and believe in America

    Commentary: Symbols shape what we think and believe in America

In above photo: The Confederate flag (based on subject of symbols in story below) James B. Ewers Jr., Guest Columnist

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‘Moral Mondays’ movement taking shape in Western Pennsylvania

    ‘Moral Mondays’ movement taking shape in Western Pennsylvania

In above photo: Social protesters join ranks during a ‘Moral Mondays’ rally on the Beaver County Courthouse steps in Beaver.

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African-American women in charge speak about natural hair

    African-American women in  charge speak about natural hair

In above photo: Ayana Hardin creates natural hair twists. (Photo by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle) Editor’s note: This is

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