Editorial

Commentary: From segregation to desegregation to resegregation

    Commentary: From segregation to desegregation to resegregation

  By Ferrel Guillory The landmark 1954 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education demolished the separate-but-equal fiction of the Jim Crow era. In a follow-up order

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Editorial: Voting issues need attention from voters

    Editorial: Voting issues need attention from voters

The Rev. Dr. William Barber II, president of the N.C. NAACP, is leading a voter registration drive.   While national attention was focused on the Iowa caucuses late last week,

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Editorial: Let’s keep race issues out of Super Bowl

    Editorial: Let’s keep race issues out of Super Bowl

The Panthers are headed to the Super Bowl! This is exciting for North Carolina. But among the enthusiasm is an undertone of a race issue concerning quarterback Cam Newton. Newton

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Commentary: White girls’ shirts spell out Ni**er – Sur*ris*!, Sur*ris*!

    Commentary: White girls’ shirts spell out Ni**er – Sur*ris*!, Sur*ris*!

Photo by NBC These are the students wearing the offensive T-shirts. Six white high school seniors in suburban Phoenix posed – giggling and snickering, girly-like – for a photo that

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Commentary: Second Chances– The Key to Economic Prosperity

  Commentary: Second Chances– The Key to Economic Prosperity

Gayle Anderson Guest Columnist In December, the U.S. unemployment rate remained steady at 5 percent, the lowest in more than

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Editorial: Send us your stories about living your Black History

  Editorial: Send us your stories about living your Black History

Last year, the city of Winston-Salem held ceremonies as officials placed historic markers in several neighborhoods, including two historically black

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Commentary: The MLK Holiday is over; What are the next steps?

  Commentary: The MLK Holiday is over; What are the next steps?

The parades, breakfasts and luncheons honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are now over. The speeches given by city, state

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Controversial estate guardian has defenders

  Controversial estate guardian has defenders

Above: Bryan C. Thompson Cash Michaels Analysis Published reports by The Chronicle since last October have proven there are many questions

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Commentary: Become a mentor because children are more than statistics

  Commentary: Become a mentor because children are  more than statistics

Photo By Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Saturday Scholar Mentor Pfc. Mathew Alexander, from Hendersonville, N.C., plays tick-tack-toe with

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Editorial: Keep helping community after MLK Jr. Day service

  Editorial: Keep helping community after MLK Jr. Day service

Photo by Tevin Stinson Winston-Salem Human Relations Director Wanda Allen-Abraha explains that Martin Luther King Jr. Helping Hands Day, “basically,

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