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Arts Council announces 10 mini-grants

    Arts Council announces 10 mini-grants

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has announced its first round of 2016 grants made through its Community Enrichment Mini-Grant initiative. These awards provide

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Black students significantly more likely to face suspension in North Carolina

    Black students significantly more likely to face suspension in North Carolina

Illustration by Ron Rogers for The Chronicle Billy Ball Guest Columnist N.C. Rep. Garland Pierce, a Democrat from Scotland County and the chairman of the state’s Legislative Black Caucus, insists

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The shameful legacy of the special legislative session

    The shameful legacy of the special legislative session

Photo by WUNC Chris Fitzsimon Guest Columnist The defining moment of the absurd special legislative session held this week in Raleigh had nothing to do with the common sense decision

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Letters to the Editor: House Bill 2

    Letters to the Editor: House Bill 2

N.C. NAACP decries passage of HB2 To the Editor: All North Carolinians, all Americans, should be deeply concerned when the constitutional rights of their compatriots are being revoked and denied.

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Forsyth County’s black residents lose out after new gerrymandering

    Forsyth County’s black residents lose out after new gerrymandering

One day we have U.S. Rep. Alma Adams of Greensboro fighting for us in Congress. The next day we have

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Why does AG get to pick his fights?

    Why does AG get to pick his fights?

Attorney General Roy Cooper Attorney General Roy Cooper, a Democrat who is challenging Republican Governor Pat McCrory for his job,

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Redistricting creates interesting congressional primaries

    Redistricting creates interesting congressional primaries

BY JONATHAN DREW AND GARY D. ROBERTSON  ASSOCIATED PRESS RALEIGH — Changes wrought by this year’s redistricting will make for

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Lawsuit challenges North Carolina anti-discrimination law just passed

    Lawsuit challenges North Carolina anti-discrimination law just passed

Photo by Chris Seward/The News & Observer via AP Joaquin Carcano, center, the lead plaintiff in the case, speaks during

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RaVonda Dalton-Rann to retire from WSSU

    RaVonda Dalton-Rann to retire from WSSU

Dalton-Rann BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Number of freshman accepted increases 30% At the Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) Board of

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N.C. GOP’s 1st black chairman feels the heat

    N.C. GOP’s 1st black chairman feels the heat

NC GOP chair, Hasan Harnett BY GARY D. ROBERTSON  ASSOCIATED PRESS RALEIGH, N.C. —Less than a year after the North

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