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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 unusually crowded fields in several North Carolina congressional districts during

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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 a press conference to announce the filing of a federal

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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 Trustees meeting, a variety of news was announced. RaVonda Dalton-Rann,

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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 Carolina Republican Party’s first black chairman was elected over an

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Hundreds attend memorial service for Darryl Hunt

    Hundreds attend memorial service for Darryl Hunt

Photo by Tevin Stinson Rev. Dr. John Mendez speaks during the memorial service for Darryl Hunt at Emmanuel Baptist Church

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Hundreds honor ‘voice to the voiceless’

    Hundreds honor ‘voice to the voiceless’

Photo by Tevin Stinson Earline Parmon’s granddaughter, Shalonda Ingram talks about the impact her grandmother had on her life during

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Hanes-Lowrance community residents still wait on action

    Hanes-Lowrance community residents still wait on action

Photo by Tevin Stinson Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke speaks to residents during a meeting held at Hanes Hosiery Recreation

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Early Head Start classrooms open in Forsyth County

    Early Head Start classrooms open in Forsyth County

Photo by Tevin Stinson Early Head Start teacher Nahesha McCatty helps a student wash her hands inside one of four

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Margaret Simms visits WSSU to expound on economic justice

    Margaret Simms visits WSSU to expound on economic justice

Simms BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Last week, Institute Fellow at the Urban Institute in Washington, D.C. Margaret C. Simms

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Commentary: Mr. Cooper, end your obstruction of justice

    Commentary: Mr. Cooper, end your obstruction of justice

Virginia Parnell/Jet Hollander Guest Columnists We, the Silk Plant Forest Truth Committee and Concerned Students, call on North Carolina Attorney

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