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Our voices will be heard in November

    Our voices will be heard in November

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist America is the home of the brave and the land of the free. One of the greatest privileges that we have is our right

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WSSU Homecoming activities continue through weekend

    WSSU Homecoming activities continue through weekend

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Concerts, a vendor fair, convocation, step shows, coronations, class reunions, parades and the big game are all part of the many offerings of Winston-Salem State University’s

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Forsyth Tech Foundation announces major strategic initiatives

    Forsyth Tech Foundation announces major strategic initiatives

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Representatives of the Forsyth Tech Foundation has announced three major strategic initiatives designed to create a footprint for the future of Forsyth Technical Community College. Capital

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One amazing story is better than fiction

    One amazing story is better than fiction

BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER  FOR THE CHRONICLE You’ve heard the stories. Great-Grandpa made hooch in the basement during Prohibition. Grandma was arrested for protesting back in the ‘60s. Your great-grandma once

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Arts Council awards 6 mini-grants

    Arts Council awards 6 mini-grants

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has announced its first round of 2016-2017 grants

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Charitable trust introduces new president

    Charitable trust introduces new president

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Dr. Laura Gerald, president of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, met with the community on

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A journey to savor

    A journey to savor

Editor’s note: Danny and Debora Freeman of Winston-Salem visited the National Museum of African American History and Culture when it

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Power and Image

    Power and Image

Photo courtesy Ric Whitney and Tina Perry-Whitney Dr. James Pope Guest Columnist “I am invisible; understand, simply because people refuse

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Letters to the Editor: Election, HB2 and Black History Museum

    Letters to the Editor: Election, HB2 and Black History Museum

Judge Eric Morgan gains support for Superior Court To the Editor: I am writing to express my sup-port of Judge

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Commentary: Why did Jesus weep? Because #BlackLivesMatter, too?

    Commentary: Why did Jesus weep? Because #BlackLivesMatter, too?

Keith Magee Guest Columnist For the last four visible years America has endured, once again, the polarizing effects of racism

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