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Power and Image

    Power and Image

Photo courtesy Ric Whitney and Tina Perry-Whitney Dr. James Pope Guest Columnist “I am invisible; understand, simply because people refuse to see me. …When they approach me they see only

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Letters to the Editor: Election, HB2 and Black History Museum

    Letters to the Editor: Election, HB2 and Black History Museum

Judge Eric Morgan gains support for Superior Court To the Editor: I am writing to express my sup-port of Judge Eric Morgan for Superior Court Judge. Much has been written

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Commentary: Why did Jesus weep? Because #BlackLivesMatter, too?

    Commentary: Why did Jesus weep? Because #BlackLivesMatter, too?

Keith Magee Guest Columnist For the last four visible years America has endured, once again, the polarizing effects of racism and injustice. Yet, instead of the perpetrators wearing white sheets

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Commentary: Being black is too much

    Commentary: Being black is too much

Micha James Guest Columnist He is 5-foot-8.5, 175 pounds at 12 years old and he is my son.  He wears his height and weight as badges of honor, especially when

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Commentary: Your rights and our election

    Commentary: Your rights and our election

Tom H. Hastings Guest Columnist Rights. We are inundated with a great deal of loose talk about “rights.” What sorts

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City of W-S Univ. applications accepted

    City of W-S Univ. applications accepted

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The city is accepting applications for the next class of “City of Winston-Salem University,” to be

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The Children’s Home partners with New Story Church

    The Children’s Home partners with New Story Church

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Children’s Home has officially welcomed New Story Church to its campus. New Story undertook renovations

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Celebrating love, diversity style

    Celebrating love, diversity style

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Bringing diversity through the union of family is the goal of the second annual Bridal Fair

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Something every young person should absolutely know

    Something every young person should absolutely know

BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER  FOR THE CHRONICLE You can’t judge a book by its cover. Even so, we do it all

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‘Their names will be preserved for history for all time’

    ‘Their names will be preserved for history for all time’

NNPA photo New Black History Museum’s opening prompts tears BY WILLIAM J. FORD THE WASHINGTON INFORMER (NNPA MEMBER) When Carolyn

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