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Remaking history for North Carolina’s women of color

    Remaking history for North Carolina’s women of color

Gladys Robinson Guest Columnist [Editor’s note: March is National Women’s History Month.] Black History Month is a time to recall the struggles of people of color in our country and

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Clinton or Sanders: What Would Dr. King Say?

    Clinton or Sanders: What Would Dr. King Say?

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Bill Turner Guest Columnist Most blacks who will vote in the Democrat primaries for the 2016 presidential campaign would vote for Bernie Sanders if they

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Carl Wesley Matthews: A remembrance and appreciation

    Carl Wesley Matthews: A remembrance and appreciation

Carl Matthews John T. Liewelyn Guest  Columnist Carl Wesley Matthews died Friday at the age of 84. With his passing, Winston-Salem has lost a giant of moral courage.  It was

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Why everyone should vote AGAINST the bond

    Why everyone should vote AGAINST the bond

Nicole Revels Guest Columnist  On the March 15 primary election ballot, NC residents will be asked to vote for or against a proposal to borrow 2 billion dollars in the

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Cooper’s spokesperson misleads public with statement

    Cooper’s spokesperson misleads public with statement

Roy Cooper By Concerned Students for Kalvin Michael Smith On Thursday, Feb. 18, we brought students together from Wake Forest

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City officials break ground for new park

    City officials break ground for new park

Submitted The former site of Vulcan Materials near Reynolds Park Rd. will be the home of Quarry Park, which is

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Author discusses liberation movements

    Author discusses liberation movements

Ransby By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle  The fight for black liberation in the black community has seen a multitude of

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Play powers Black Male Symposium at WSSU

    Play powers Black Male Symposium at WSSU

Davis By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle  More than 200 young men from high schools in Forsyth County participated in the

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Students celebrate end of Black History Month

    Students celebrate end of Black History Month

Photo by Tevin Stinson Endia Beal, director of the Diggs Art Gallery on the campus of Winston-Salem State University, talks

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Red Dress Tea attracts 250

    Red Dress Tea attracts 250

Submitted photo The women of Solid Rock Baptist Church participated in the Red Dress Tea on Sunday, Feb. 21 at Novant

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