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Letters to the Editor – atrocities against humanity, fighting poverty

    Letters to the Editor – atrocities against humanity, fighting poverty

ACGG condemns inhumanity to humanity To the Editor: The ongoing atrocities against humanity being committed in Paris, Nigeria and Burma cannot be justified by any measure of a civilized society.

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Commentary – Stop the trivialization and preservation of slavery and racism

    Commentary – Stop the trivialization and preservation of slavery and racism

File Photo Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. – Guest Columnist As one of the co-founders of the evolving environmental justice movement worldwide, I am always interested in how some people

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Commentary – Black students at white universities harbor solidarity, seen and unseen

    Commentary – Black students at white universities harbor solidarity, seen and unseen

Over the last few weeks, students at colleges and universities across the country have stood in solidarity with Mizzou [the University of Missouri], a public university in Missouri that made

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Commentary – N.C. numbers show high food insecurity

    Commentary – N.C. numbers show high food insecurity

File photo (left) Chris Fitzsimon (right) Chris Fitzsimon, founder and executive director of N.C. Policy Watch, writes the weekly column called “Monday numbers,” which provides numerical facts on a topic

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AAA Carolinas: 1.3 million to travel over Thanksgiving

    AAA Carolinas: 1.3 million  to travel over  Thanksgiving

File Photo CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — AAA Carolinas says an estimated 1,353,000 North Carolinians are expected to travel 50 miles

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Coates: Blacks as criminals idea is old and must be changed

    Coates: Blacks as criminals idea is old  and must be changed

Photo by Tevin Stinson Author and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates delivered a powerful speech to a large crowd of Wake Forest

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New mural brightens E. Ward, shows history

    New mural brightens E. Ward, shows history

Photos by Mayeesa Mitchell The mural located on the side of the 14th Street Discount features historical locations and local

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Churches open doors for Thanksgiving feasts

    Churches open doors for Thanksgiving feasts

People fellowship at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Saturday, Nov. 21, as the church serves food to the community. By Timothy

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Ministers’ group raises funds for WSSU GAP scholarships

    Ministers’ group raises funds  for WSSU GAP scholarships

Photo by Tevin Stinson At left, Winston-Salem Ministers Conference and Vicinity President Bishop Todd Fulton presents WSSU Chancellor Elwood L.

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Liberians give thanks for Winston-Salem’s support

    Liberians give thanks for  Winston-Salem’s support

Photo by Timothy Ramsey Members of the Liberian community from Winston-Salem, Raleigh area and Greensboro gather at the Liberian Organization

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