Editorial

Our voices will be heard in November

    Our voices will be heard in November

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist America is the home of the brave and the land of the free. One of the greatest privileges that we have is our right

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Letters to the Editor: Election, HB2 and Black History Museum

    Letters to the Editor: Election, HB2 and Black History Museum

Judge Eric Morgan gains support for Superior Court To the Editor: I am writing to express my sup-port of Judge Eric Morgan for Superior Court Judge. Much has been written

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Editorial: Helping community helps us achieve our mission

    Editorial: Helping community helps us achieve our mission

Photo by Shayna Smith The Chronicle has been providing free and low-cost breakfasts and other events for much of the 42 years the paper has been in existence. The newspaper

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Commentary: Why did Jesus weep? Because #BlackLivesMatter, too?

    Commentary: Why did Jesus weep? Because #BlackLivesMatter, too?

Keith Magee Guest Columnist For the last four visible years America has endured, once again, the polarizing effects of racism and injustice. Yet, instead of the perpetrators wearing white sheets

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Commentary: Being black is too much

  Commentary: Being black is too much

Micha James Guest Columnist He is 5-foot-8.5, 175 pounds at 12 years old and he is my son.  He wears

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Commentary: Your rights and our election

  Commentary: Your rights and our election

Tom H. Hastings Guest Columnist Rights. We are inundated with a great deal of loose talk about “rights.” What sorts

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Letters to the Editor: Schools

  Letters to the Editor: Schools

Let’s work on getting help to students in schools with poor grades To the Editor: According to the report in

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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

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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

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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

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