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Nearly 200 attend bonding Super Bowl Party at St. Peter’s

    Nearly 200 attend bonding Super Bowl Party at St. Peter’s

Carolina Panthers fans watch as their team takes on the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, Feb. 7. BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Eyes across the nation were

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Activist theologian urges public to work in community

    Activist theologian urges public to work in community

Rahiel Tesfamariam speaks at Wake Forest University on Feb. 4. BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  FOR THE CHRONICLE Rahiel Tesfamariam has taken the torch from the African-American leaders of the past and

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Judges strike down 2 North Carolina congressional districts

    Judges strike down 2 North Carolina congressional districts

By Associated Press RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A panel of federal judges has struck down two North Carolina majority black congressional districts, saying race was the predominant factor in drawing

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QEA honors greats, wins and provides fun for youth

    QEA honors greats, wins and provides fun for youth

Special to The Chronicle Quality Education Academy honored three “Great Men” at its pre-game ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 30. QEA honored Warren “Big Time” Reynolds, who coached basketball at N.C. A&T State University,

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Triad leader installed a chief of Nigerian kingdom

    Triad leader installed a chief of Nigerian kingdom

Photo by Timothy Ramsey Dr. Robert Brown receives ceremonial head wear from King Oba Kabiru Adewale Shotobi. By Timothy Ramsey

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Judge now pondering Voter ID case

    Judge now pondering Voter ID case

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle  A federal judge is now weighting the evidence and arguments in the N.C. NAACP vs.

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Change concerns SNAP backers

    Change concerns SNAP backers

By JONATHAN DREW Associated Press Advocates for the poor are concerned about rule changes threatening food stamp benefits for 110,000

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Idea of absentee voting gaining attention

    Idea of absentee voting gaining attention

Photo by Donna Rogers Members of the African-American Caucus of the Forsyth County Democratic Party Jacquelyne Barber Branch pose with

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Young people will take lead during Feb. 13 Moral March

    Young people will take lead during Feb. 13 Moral March

The N.C. NAACP will hold a Moral March and rally on Feb. 13. By Cash Michaels For NCBPA For the

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Democratic candidates for governor spar over voting law at forum

    Democratic candidates for governor spar over voting law at forum

Photo provided by Cash Michaels Attorney General Roy Cooper, left, and Democratic rival Ken Spaulding engage at a forum on

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