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Chicago officer charged with murder in killing of black teen

    Chicago officer charged with murder in killing of black teen

Journalist Brandon Smith, left, and activist William Calloway talk to reporters Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015, after a Cook County judge ordered the Chicago Police Department to release a video of

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Lawmakers urge black Democrats to unite

    Lawmakers urge black Democrats to unite

above: Dan Blue and Larry Hall By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle “I know that if I don’t protect my freedom, no one is going to be as interested in

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Organizations unite to provide food to families

    Organizations unite to provide food to families

Photo by Tevin Stinson Just ahead of the holiday season, the Chris Paul Family Foundation and the Triad Dream Center come together to provide 100 families with food for seven

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A tape, more documents emerge in case

    A tape, more documents emerge in case

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Editor’s note – This is Part 3 of The Chronicle’s examination of what happened to elderly Winston-Salem citizen Napoleon H. Wilson, and how he

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Lowe to file for full term in N.C. Senate

    Lowe to file for full term in N.C. Senate

Special to The Chronicle Just weeks after completing a lengthy legislative session also known as the “long session” at the

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Minneapolis protesters demand police killing video

    Minneapolis protesters demand police killing video

By GREG MOORE Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS  — U.S. Justice Department attorneys were expected to fly to Minnesota on Sunday to

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Father of Trayvon Martin touts black people in W-S speech

    Father of Trayvon Martin touts black people in W-S speech

Tracy Martin delivers his message during 12th annual Corner 2 Corner Drug Dealer and Street Life Conference hosted by Union

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UNC students disrupt race meeting

    UNC students disrupt race meeting

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP)  — Chanting, “Whose university? Our university!” students at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill

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Panelists recall life for black people in tobacco district neighborhoods

    Panelists recall life for black people in tobacco district neighborhoods

Photos by Todd Luck Barbara Morris  talks about growing up in the Belews Street neighborhood as Jack Steelman looks on. By Todd Luck

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Kimberly Park includes parents in annual event

    Kimberly Park includes parents in annual event

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle More people than ever showed up for Kimberly Park Elementary’s Fall Festival last Thursday afternoon.

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