Editorial

Commentary: No time for foolishness, indeed

    Commentary: No time for foolishness, indeed

On Saturday, Oct.10, the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II delivered his annual state of the N.C. NAACP address during the 72nd NAACP State Convention. This year’s convention was held

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Editorial: City appears cockeyed when helping the homeless

    Editorial: City appears cockeyed when helping the homeless

The homeless is coming to the minds of many now that the weather is getting colder. Several nonprofits provide for the homeless year-round in shelters but they do not serve

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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: 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

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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

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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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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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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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