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Church to promote diversity with Negro League player

    Church to promote diversity with Negro League player

BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Many people believe that the church is the one of the least diverse places left in the country.  Some are often classified as a Black,

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Mt. Olive, H.O.P.E. Project help children in East Winston

    Mt. Olive, H.O.P.E. Project help children in East Winston

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Some portions of Eastern Winston-Salem are the most impoverished areas in the entire city.  Included in those areas are children in

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Conference centers on ‘unity and diversity’

    Conference centers on ‘unity and diversity’

BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Last week the Greater Tabernacle Worship Center brought together several pastors from around the city and held a leadership conference at the church. The pastors

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Morning Star ends Black History Month with celebration of ‘Soul’

    Morning Star ends Black History Month with celebration of ‘Soul’

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  The fellowship hall of Morning Star Baptist Church resembled a museum of African History last Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25, as more

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Cornerstone of Faith worships with family and friends

  Cornerstone of Faith worships with family and friends

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE A big part of what makes a church is family and

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‘Blood Done Sign my Name’ brings Black History to light

  ‘Blood Done Sign my Name’ brings Black History to light

By Timothy Ramsey The Chronicle The Drum Majors Alliance founded by Terrence and Allonda Hawkins held a special Black History

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Diggs Memorial honors the unsung

  Diggs Memorial honors the unsung

Special to The Chronicle Diggs Memorial United Holy Church in Winston-Salem held its annual Black History Program on Sunday, Feb.

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Helping the needy

  Helping the needy

Chronicle Staff Report Wake Forest University students delivered 10,276 rolls of toilet paper to Bethesda Center for the Homeless, 930

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Plans to save historic church in Augusta are taking shape

  Plans to save historic church in Augusta are taking shape

Historic Augusta photo THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AUGUSTA, Ga. —More details are emerging about a plan to save the historic Trinity

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Ministers’ Conference with Muslims and others protest U.S. travel ban

  Ministers’ Conference with Muslims and others protest U.S. travel ban

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE The travel ban imposed by the Trump Administration barring people from

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