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Editorial: Conferences should lead attendees to work

    Editorial: Conferences should lead attendees to work

This past weekend was a busy time for several civil rights organizations. Two had their statewide conferences in Winston-Salem: the North Carolina Branch of the National Association for the Advancement

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

To the Big 4 Alumni Association, thanks for your work To the Editor: Being the only living of the three honored Big 4 Band Directors (April 25, 2015), Harry D. Wheeler –

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Commentary: Voices of Our Sisters conference will recognize women beyond the month of October

    Commentary: Voices of Our Sisters conference will recognize women beyond the month of October

Summer has ended and we have entered a period of fall. Our energy will be refocused, allowing us to pause and consider what we see around us. The leaves are

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Commentary: Cutting off food assistance to the poor? Really??

    Commentary: Cutting off food  assistance to the poor? Really??

There have been a lot of cold and heartless acts committed by North Carolina political leaders in recent years that were directed against people in need. The decision to tear

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Editorial: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  Editorial: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Respect your ancestors, Dr. Ben Carson To the Editor: “Knowledge is my friend, ignorance my enemy.” That statement has been important

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Editorial: Women in Forsyth County need help

  Editorial: Women in Forsyth County need help

The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem examined the lives of women in Forsyth County in a just-released follow-up study to its

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Editorial: Society pays attention to hurt women in October

  Editorial: Society pays attention to  hurt women  in October

Mention October, and some nice things come to mind, such as Gospel Fest. Halloween is in October, too. But October

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Commentary: Kudos to graduate student’s bold step in race relations dialogue

  Commentary: Kudos to graduate student’s bold step in race relations dialogue

Growing up in the segregated South, I was accustomed to seeing “black only” and “white only” signs. As I was

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Commentary: A moral action for climate change is needed

  Commentary: A moral action for climate change is needed

This is a prepared address by the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II in Washington, D.C., Sept. 24 at the

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:Look at facts, not fiction when discussing video of Planned Parenthood

  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:Look at facts, not fiction when discussing video of Planned Parenthood

To the Editor: I am forever grateful that I live in a country with a Constitution that guarantees freedom of

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