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First black WFU student returning

    First black WFU student returning

In 1962, a Ghana native named Ed Reynolds became the first black full-time undergraduate student to attend Wake Forest University. On Friday, Sept. 21, Reynolds will come back to campus to

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Civil Rights Museum to host Human Rights film fest

    Civil Rights Museum to host Human Rights film fest

Special to The Chronicle The International Civil Rights Center & Museum,  134 South Elm St., will host the Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival from Sept. 28 –30. The University

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A traffic-friendly Rock the Block

    A traffic-friendly Rock the Block

Rock the Block, the city’s annual end-of-summer downtown street festival coming Sept. 21 -22, is evolving this year into Rock the Block Remix. The “remix” retains Rock the Block’s original

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NCCU to welcome Don Lemon

    NCCU to welcome Don Lemon

CNN anchor Don Lemon will speak at North Carolina Central University in Durham on Monday, Sept. 17 in the B.N. Duke Auditorium. He  is the first speaker in the university’s

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Local Artist’s Work to get Grand Display

  Local Artist’s Work to get Grand Display

Chronicle Staff Report The work of Winston-Salem artist Ricky Needham will be supersized as part of the +Giant Art Project,

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Educators have their say in local woman’s film

  Educators have their say in local woman’s film

Americans entrust educators with one of the most important tasks in our society. Yet, when it comes to diagnosing the

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Monae comes to NC for Obama

  Monae comes to NC for Obama

Singer Janelle Monae campaigned in Chapel Hill earlier this month for President Barack Obama. The musically-eclectic Grammy nominated singer headlined

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Car club to hold school supply drive

  Car club to hold school supply drive

The Bowtie Boyz (n Girlz) Auto Club is following up the success of its June car show with a school

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Miss NCCU one of 10 Ebony HBCU queens

  Miss NCCU one of 10 Ebony HBCU queens

Harmony Cross, the reigning Miss North Carolina Central University, is one of 10 winners of Ebony magazine’s Campus Queens competition

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Authoring Action’s Teens Testimonials: an institute for empowering youth

  Authoring Action’s Teens Testimonials: an institute for empowering youth

Now into its second decade, Authoring Action has reared a group of young writers and creatives who are now helping

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