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Editorial: Let’s keep race issues out of Super Bowl

    Editorial: Let’s keep race issues out of Super Bowl

The Panthers are headed to the Super Bowl! This is exciting for North Carolina. But among the enthusiasm is an undertone of a race issue concerning quarterback Cam Newton. Newton

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Community needs to learn more about stalking crimes

    Community needs to learn more about stalking crimes

  To The Editor, Governor Pat McCrory proclaimed January to be Stalking Awareness Month in North Carolina. He is the first governor to do so. Stalking can be defined as

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Chronicle staff deserves kudos for work with MLK Day event

    Chronicle staff deserves kudos for work with MLK Day event

To The Editor, For the past 16 years, the Winston-Salem Chronicle and its publisher, Mr. Ernie Pitt, has provided the Triad community with the annual MLK Prayer Breakfast. While an

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Adams remembers sacrifices made by Greensboro Four

    Adams remembers sacrifices made by Greensboro Four

 To the Editor, [The 56th anniversary of the Greensboro Four sit-ins was Monday, Feb. 1.] Today marks the start of Black History Month – a time to celebrate the historical

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Commentary: From segregation to desegregation to resegregation

    Commentary: From segregation to desegregation to resegregation

  By Ferrel Guillory The landmark 1954 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education demolished the separate-but-equal

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Commentary: Life-changing experience gives man second chance

    Commentary: Life-changing experience gives man second chance

Above: Leroy Cannady By Leroy Cannady I grew up in a home that sold bootleg whiskey. My mother and father

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Neighborhood keeps St. Philips Moravian going

    Neighborhood keeps St. Philips Moravian going

Photos by Timothy Ramsey Above is the historic old church of St. Philips Moravian Church. The church moved to its

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African Storytelling and Drum Circle set for Black History Month

    African Storytelling and  Drum Circle set for Black History Month

Photo provided by Old Salem Museums & Gardens The Healing Force is a family of singers, storytellers and musicians.  

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Analysis: Is W-S Urban League targeted?

    Analysis: Is W-S Urban League targeted?

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle It was December 13, 2015 when local published reports shocked the community with news

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Deltas partner with Democracy NC to host voter education forum

    Deltas partner with Democracy NC to host voter education forum

Linda Sutton of Democracy North Carolina, middle, is flanked by Elizabeth Newton, left, and Denise Adams of the Winston-Salem Alumnae

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