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Commentary: Cross-generational power to change

    Commentary: Cross-generational power to change

Commentary: Cross-generational power to change

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Commentary: Housing discrimination complaints reach a 24-year high, while HUD rolls back fair housing rules

    Commentary: Housing discrimination complaints reach a 24-year high, while HUD rolls back fair housing rules

Commentary: Housing discrimination complaints reach a 24-year high, while HUD rolls back fair housing rules

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Commentary: Trump’s shadow

    Commentary: Trump’s shadow

Commentary: Trump’s shadow

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Commentary: Will Kaepernick return to the NFL this season?

    Commentary: Will Kaepernick return to the NFL this season?

Commentary: Will Kaepernick return to the NFL this season?

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Commentary: Local officials tout job growth in Winston-Salem, but strong headwinds remain

    Commentary: Local officials tout job growth in Winston-Salem, but strong headwinds remain

Commentary: Local officials tout job growth in Winston-Salem, but strong headwinds remain

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Theatre Arts students of Carver High School present social justice drama

    Theatre Arts students of Carver High School present social justice drama

The Fine Arts Department of Carver High School presented a dance concert, excerpts from a social justice drama and visual art work for the Title I meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 13, in the school auditorium.

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Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center celebrates 65 years

    Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center celebrates 65 years

The Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center, the oldest African American library in Forsyth County, celebrated its 65th Anniversary on Nov. 16.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘Mental illness is not a spirit, it’s a disease’

    Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘Mental illness is not a spirit, it’s a disease’

Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘Mental illness is not a spirit, it’s a disease’

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Jontavious Willis and Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton sing the blues in concert at SECCA

    Jontavious Willis and Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton sing the blues in concert at SECCA

Jontavious Willis and Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton sing the blues in concert at SECCA

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Winston-Salem native has released his autobiography

    Winston-Salem  native has released his autobiography

“The Autobiography of Dr. Howard Shelf: A Legend of the Greatest Generation” is an inspiring story for all.

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