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Editorial: Send us your stories about living your Black History

    Editorial: Send us your stories about living your Black History

Last year, the city of Winston-Salem held ceremonies as officials placed historic markers in several neighborhoods, including two historically black ones. Easton now has a historic marker and so does

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Commentary: The MLK Holiday is over; What are the next steps?

    Commentary: The MLK Holiday is over; What are the next steps?

The parades, breakfasts and luncheons honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are now over. The speeches given by city, state and federal officials extolling Dr. King’s non-violent philosophy have all

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Controversial estate guardian has defenders

    Controversial estate guardian has defenders

Above: Bryan C. Thompson Cash Michaels Analysis Published reports by The Chronicle since last October have proven there are many questions about the conduct of the Forsyth County Clerk of Superior

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Commentary: Become a mentor because children are more than statistics

    Commentary: Become a mentor because children are  more than statistics

Photo By Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Saturday Scholar Mentor Pfc. Mathew Alexander, from Hendersonville, N.C., plays tick-tack-toe with a West Pensacola Elementary School Saturday Scholar student. Meridith Whitaker

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Editorial: Keep helping community after MLK Jr. Day service

  Editorial: Keep helping community after MLK Jr. Day service

Photo by Tevin Stinson Winston-Salem Human Relations Director Wanda Allen-Abraha explains that Martin Luther King Jr. Helping Hands Day, “basically,

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Letters to the Editor: Peace Toys

  Letters to the Editor: Peace Toys

Submitted photo The Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks Department was a sponsor of the Peace Toys for War Toys Exchange. Personnel

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Commentary: Dr. King inspired me to keep going in life

  Commentary: Dr. King inspired me to keep going in life

Donna Rogers Something To Talk About The Chronicle asked people how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. affected their lives. I

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Rep. Adams lauds Obama’s action on gun violence

  Rep. Adams lauds Obama’s action on gun violence

 To the Editor: [Studies show that every day when background checks are used, more than 170 felons, 50 domestic abusers,

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Column: Keep the faith for African-American males

  Column: Keep the faith for African-American males

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest  Columnist  The year 2015 was a challenging year for African-American males. We were shot, killed

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Gun Violence: CBC commends Obama’s efforts to make us safer

  Gun Violence: CBC commends Obama’s efforts to make us safer

To the Editor: Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Chairman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) and co-chairs of the CBC Gun Violence Task

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