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Museum presenting historically-based puppet shows

    Museum presenting historically-based puppet shows

‘African-American Portrait Gallery’ performance is running through Feb. 27 Old Salem Museums & Gardens is presenting a series of puppet shows at the Heirloom Puppet Theater at the Frank L.

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Novel by Charlotte author shows racial issues during desegregation

    Novel by Charlotte author shows racial issues during desegregation

CHARLOTTE  – A teacher who struggles with the loss of her husband and daughter faces a greater challenge as she goes “Through the Fire” (published by iUniverse) during Mississippi’s desegregation.

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Move to help students see ‘Selma’ continues nationwide

    Move to help students see ‘Selma’ continues nationwide

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. ­– An additional five cities have joined the massive national campaign by African-American business leaders to raise funds for free student admission to the Golden Globe-winning film “Selma,”

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Delta Arts Center’s latest quilting show featuring African-Americans

  Delta Arts Center’s latest quilting show featuring African-Americans

Image above courtesy of Delta Arts Special to The Chronicle Delta Arts Center, 2611 New Walkertown Rd., will present the

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Aggie crowned Miss Black N.C.

  Aggie crowned Miss Black N.C.

(Madison Gibbs competes.) Madison Gibbs has never been what she calls a “pageant girl.” In fact, she’s participated in only

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Civil rights film series at Old Salem

  Civil rights film series at Old Salem

Old Salem Museums & Gardens is screening clips from four documentaries in January, February and April. The footage that will

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Legendary gospel icon Andrae Crouch dies at 72

  Legendary gospel icon Andrae Crouch dies at 72

In photo: In this Sept. 1, 1996 file photo, Grammy winning gospel singer Andrae Crouch sings during service at the

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National print art show opens Jan. 15

  National print art show opens Jan. 15

(Above: A piece by Brandon Sanderson.) An exhibit featuring artwork from the nation’s top printmakers will open on Thursday, Jan.15 in

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Classes in Arabic, Chinese and Kiswahili being offered

  Classes in Arabic, Chinese and Kiswahili being offered

Bennett College in Greensboro is offering three critical and less commonly taught foreign language courses this spring. Along with students

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