Editorial

Editorial: Don’t forget to remember Jonathan Ferrell

    Editorial: Don’t forget to remember Jonathan Ferrell

Does anyone remember Aug. 26, 2015? Does anyone remember that Officer Randall Kerrick of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department fatally shot Jonathan Ferrell on Sept. 14, 2013?Does anyone remember that

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Column: How communities decide ‘enough is enough’

    Column: How communities decide ‘enough is enough’

Kimye N. Denni Guest Columnist Over the past days there has been peaceful protests and some rioting in response to Charlotte resident Keith Lamont Scott being yet another black man

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Free Nurse-Family Partnership helps first-time moms succeed

    Free Nurse-Family Partnership helps first-time moms succeed

Amber Draughon Guest Columnist When Laura first joined the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) program, she was in the midst of a high-risk pregnancy. Laura had concerns and fears about becoming a

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Column: Hands up, hands down! It doesn’t matter

    Column: Hands up, hands down! It doesn’t matter

James Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist I was talking to one of my childhood friends today [Sept. 20] about the shooting of an unarmed African-American male in Tulsa, Oklahoma. His remark

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Editorial: Help keep President Obama’s legacy alive

  Editorial: Help keep President Obama’s legacy alive

President Obama is making the rounds as he nears the end of his presidency. We’ve seen him fired up and

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Letters to the Editor: Rodney Ellis and HB2

  Letters to the Editor: Rodney Ellis and HB2

WSSU mourns excellent student, leader, mentor Rodney Ellis To the Editor: Winston-Salem State University [WSSU] is deeply saddened by the

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Political Cartoon: Big and Small

  Political Cartoon: Big and Small
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Whose finger? On what button?

  Whose finger? On what button?

Kevin Martin Guest Columnist Through a combination of denial, lack of empathy, fear-mongering, security jargon and political dysfunction, the question

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Column: Thanks to all who opened accounts in black banks: This might be a game-changer

  Column: Thanks to all who opened accounts in black banks: This might be a game-changer

Michael Grant Guest Columnist As president of the National Bankers Association, whose members include many of the Black-owned banks that

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Editorial: Local NAACP members should look to the future

  Editorial: Local NAACP members should look to the future

The Winston-Salem Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) will be holding elections in November.

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