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Play powers Black Male Symposium at WSSU

    Play powers Black Male Symposium at WSSU

Davis By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle  More than 200 young men from high schools in Forsyth County participated in the annual Black Male Symposium held on the campus of Winston-Salem

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Black History Month: Winston-Salem Police and Fire departments honor 6

    Black History Month: Winston-Salem Police and Fire departments honor 6

In photo: The Voices of Galilee Praise Team of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church sings during the third annual Public Safety Black History Month Celebration. The celebration was held at Galilee

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Exhibit shows contributions of  Parkland’s Mandela Society

    Exhibit shows contributions of  Parkland’s Mandela Society

Above: Photos by Todd Luck- Mandela Society President Nonnie Egbuna, Advisor Tripp Jeffers with members Shawn Brim, Alexis Douglas, Phyllis Elliott and Ashley Douglas, were among those involved with SciWork’s African-American

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New Forsyth elections director ready for challenges

    New Forsyth elections director ready for challenges

Tim Tsujii, the deputy elections director in Guilford County, has been hired as the new director of the Forsyth County Board of Elections. The 34-year-old has worked with the Guilford

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Faith, education uphold Winston-Salem’s African-American legacy

  Faith, education uphold Winston-Salem’s African-American legacy

Photo courtesy of Society for the Study of Afro-American History Most of the houses were shotguns, an architectural style from

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Journalist, entertainer Terrence J tells students to get rid of their fear

  Journalist, entertainer Terrence J tells students to get rid of their fear

Photo by Tevin Stinson Terrence ‘J’ Jenkins discusses his rise to fame during Wake Forest’s Journeys to Success Speaker Series

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Author says: HBCUs are in more danger than ever

  Author says: HBCUs are in more danger than ever

Photo by Tevin Stinson Author/Educator Ron Stodghill discusses his book, “Where Everybody Looks Like Me: At the Crossroads of America’s

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Happy Hill lives up to it’s name

  Happy Hill lives up to it’s name

Chronicle file photo Happy Hill Park holds activities, including a reunion of new and old residents. BY VERNOLA PURVIS JACKSON 

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Hundreds attend funeral for former Carver music teacher Rolland Greene

  Hundreds attend funeral for former Carver music teacher Rolland Greene

Above: Greene BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Nearly 200 people came together Friday, Feb.10 to pay their last respects to

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Society continues to educate community on Black History

  Society continues to educate community on Black History

Linda Dark from the Society for the Study of Afro-American History discusses the importance of preserving historical information on Tuesday,

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