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W-S Foundation announces January community grants

    W-S Foundation announces January community grants

The Winston-Salem Foundation announces 25 Community Grants totaling $422,896 that will touch the lives of many living in Forsyth County. Grants were awarded to organizations in the following program areas:

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Philanthropy group ready for celebration

    Philanthropy group ready for celebration

(Above: Experiment in Self Reliance is one of the grant recipients) Grant recipients to be honored The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) awarded $15,000 in grants in late 2014 from the

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Urban League, City of W-S unite for job fair

    Urban League, City of W-S unite for job fair

The Winston-Salem Urban League is partnering with the city  to conduct an information session regarding employment with the city on Friday, Feb. 27 at 10 a.m. at the Urban League

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Novel by Charlotte author shows racial issues during desegregation

    Novel by Charlotte author shows racial issues during desegregation

CHARLOTTE  – A teacher who struggles with the loss of her husband and daughter faces a greater challenge as she goes “Through the Fire” (published by iUniverse) during Mississippi’s desegregation.

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Museum presenting historically-based puppet shows

    Museum presenting historically-based puppet shows

‘African-American Portrait Gallery’ performance is running through Feb. 27 Old Salem Museums & Gardens is presenting a series of puppet

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Upcoming Black History Month Events

    Upcoming Black History Month Events

Heritage Sunday at Union Baptist Union Baptist Church, 1200 N. Trade St., will hold its annual Heritage Sunday on Feb.

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Column: A rematch is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016

    Column: A rematch is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016

By James J. Hawkins, Guest Columnist A Nov. 8, 2016 rematch is scheduled for Tuesday morning! THE PROBLEMS: Our opposition is

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Column: Don’t forget the life and legacy of Malcolm X at 50th memorial

    Column: Don’t forget the life and legacy of Malcolm X at 50th memorial

By Ron Daniels, Guest  Columnist The 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the Selma -to-Montgomery March, and the passage of the historic

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Column: A tale of two cynics: Obama, Harvey share views on slavery

    Column: A tale of two cynics: Obama, Harvey share views on slavery

By Bill Turner, Guest  Columnist President Obama and popular game show host Steve Harvey both spoke briefly, but profoundly, recently about

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Editorial: The Black Press strives to serve the community

    Editorial: The Black Press strives to serve the community

Almost 190 years ago,  prominent free black men met in New York City to discuss forming a vehicle to communicate

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