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Food Stamps issued early for the month of February

    Food Stamps issued early for the month of February

Forsyth County Department of Social Services (FCDSS) is working diligently to ensure the community is aware of the various changes due to the Federal shutdown.

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Suing the government is not an option to end shutdown

    Suing the government is not an option to end shutdown

As the government shutdown enters an unprecedented fifth week, some are calling for drastic measures to end the stalemate.

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Kamala Harris is Right Choice to ‘Save our Country’

    Kamala Harris is Right Choice to ‘Save our Country’

Sen. Kamala Harris announced her candidacy for president on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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California Congress woman Maxine Waters makes history

    California Congress woman Maxine Waters makes history

As 2019 begins, there is also a new Congress with leadership in the House of Representatives that makes history for people of color and women alike. 

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Fifty-Five Strong: The largest Congressional Black Caucus kicks off the 116th Congress  

  Fifty-Five Strong: The largest  Congressional Black Caucus kicks off the 116th Congress  

The new CBC includes the youngest African-American woman to be sworn in to the U.S. House in history, Lauren Underwood (D-Ill.)

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Equity v. Equality Giving Students the Tools They Need to Succeed

  Equity v. Equality Giving Students the Tools They Need to Succeed

Equity v. Equality Giving Students the Tools They Need to Succeed

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Cory Booker reportedly close to announcing White House bid

  Cory Booker reportedly close to announcing White House bid

Will Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) follow in the footsteps of another charismatic U.S. Senator who shocked the world in 2008 in a victorious march to the White House? Soon we will know. 

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Government shutdown closes National Black Museum indefinitely

  Government shutdown closes National Black Museum indefinitely

The popular National Museum of African-American History and Culture (NMAAHC) closed Wednesday, Jan. 2

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Members of Congress introduce bill to award Aretha Franklin with Congressional Gold Medal

  Members of Congress introduce bill to award  Aretha Franklin with Congressional Gold Medal

Members of Congress introduce bill to award Aretha Franklin with Congressional Gold Medal.

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NAACP targets voter ID again

  NAACP targets voter ID again

Voters cautioned to be informed of provisions in new law.

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