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The Chronicle inspires class for Black History Month

    The Chronicle inspires class for Black History Month

The students in Coleen Johnson’s third-grade class at the Downtown School went to work when they saw The Chronicle’s Black History Month section that was published on Feb. 23. Many

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Emmanuel plans women’s conference

    Emmanuel plans women’s conference

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1075 Shalimar Drive, will host a Women’s Conference March 17 through March 19. Activities begin with a Women’s Fellowship and Prayer service on

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2017 Community Service Awards

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Commentary: Resisting Trump’s militarization

    Commentary: Resisting Trump’s militarization

Laura Finley Guest Columnist Not surprisingly, activists are daunted by the lightning-paced dismantling of civil rights and social justice that President Trump has authorized in barely more than one month

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Commentary: Find the adults and get them in the room

    Commentary: Find the adults and get them in the room

Tom Hastings Guest Columnist Trump attacks others, from the Pope to Gold Star families, on a routine basis, often based

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Commentary: Acknowledging unprecedented support for HBCUs

    Commentary: Acknowledging unprecedented support for HBCUs

Ben Chavis Guest Columnist The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. routinely would remind those of us who worked for

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Letters to the Editor: New Travel Ban and State Budget

    Letters to the Editor: New Travel Ban and State Budget

Tell lawmakers to reject dangerous constitutional  amendment To the Editor: The N.C. Senate will consider a constitutional amendment this week

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Editorial Cartoon: The Real Deal

    Editorial Cartoon: The Real Deal
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Trump makes HBCUs wait

    Trump makes HBCUs wait

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE When over 80 presidents and chancellors from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) left

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Editorial: Candidates show democracy still works in area

    Editorial: Candidates show democracy still works in area

The Forsyth County Democratic Party next week will be voting on candidates to fill vacant seats. One vacant seat is

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