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Commentary: Perseverance prevails for one African-American woman

    Commentary: Perseverance prevails for one African-American woman

“What you do today matters and influences your future. Don’t wait to start building your foundation for success,” counsels Telisa Toliver, vice president for Chevron Pipe Line Company during an

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Commentary: Don’t forget to think F.A.S.T.

    Commentary: Don’t forget to think F.A.S.T.

Oct. 29 was World Stroke Day, but every day we all need to remember to think F.A.S.T. The American Heart Association will be sponsoring the 2017 Winston-Salem Heart and Stroke

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Why are legislative leaders so afraid of fairer elections?

    Why are legislative leaders so afraid of fairer elections?

The latest news from the federal courts about the unconstitutional racially gerrymandered General Assembly districts and the response to it from legislative leaders makes one thing clearer than ever. The

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Pro athletes use different platform for protesting

    Pro athletes use different platform for protesting

If you want a hot topic to debate and gather some opinions about it, I have an issue for you. Why not talk about the flag controversy that has been

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Editorial Cartoon: Mueller catch

  Editorial Cartoon: Mueller catch

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Commentary: N.C. Senior Tar Heel Legislature meets

  Commentary: N.C. Senior Tar Heel Legislature meets

The Senior Tar Heel Legislature (STHL) met on Oct. 3 and 4 to elect new executive officers, review existing priorities and host several informative speakers.

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Commentary: Mass incarceration; from the plantation to Wall Street

  Commentary: Mass incarceration; from the plantation to Wall Street

If the Constitution of the United States is the crowning glory of all democracy, then the 13th Amendment should have been the Hope diamond.

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Commentary: ‘Divide and conquer’ has been around a long time

  Commentary: ‘Divide and conquer’ has been around a long time

‘Divide and conquer’ has been around a long time

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Commentary: E15 Mandate is more harmful than it appears

  Commentary: E15 Mandate is more harmful than it appears

The Pew Research Center recently reported an alarming statistic: “the median wealth of non-Hispanic black households fell 33.7%, from $16,600 in 2010 to $11,000 in 2013”.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Letters to the Editor

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