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2018 MLK Jr. Day Breakfast provides call to action

    2018 MLK Jr. Day Breakfast provides call to action

“We need to speak out,” said Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Prayer Breakfast on Dr. King’s actual birthday and the celebrated holiday, on Monday, Jan. 15. The Chronicle and the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity sponsored the event.

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If you have one more road to cross, Victor Johnson will extend his hand

    If you have one more road to cross, Victor Johnson will extend his hand

Victor Johnson was instrumental in organizing the Winston-Salem Sit In Movement. Busta Brown asked which was first, Greensboro or Winston-Salem. He smiles and says, “They sat down first, but we ate first.”

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Renowned scholar sings to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. in 2018

    Renowned scholar sings to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. in 2018

Dr. Louise Toppin, a soprano and renowned scholar of African-American art song, performed freedom songs at Home Moravian Church on Sunday, Jan. 14, as part of the church’s Songs of Justice and Peace program, a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration.

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2017 Community Service Awards

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From the ashes of Jim Crow, The Big 4 Choir performs at Chronicle MLK Day

  From the ashes of Jim Crow, The Big 4 Choir performs at Chronicle MLK Day

The Big 4 Choir consists of singers who went to High School at Winston-Salem’s “Black High Schools” during the Jim Crow

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2016 events fuel MLK Jr. Day Breakfast

  2016 events fuel MLK Jr. Day Breakfast

Photo by Tevin Stinson Few empty seats were left Monday morning inside the Embassy Suites Pavilion as more than 1,000

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Ministers’ Conference marks King Day with celebration amid ‘Two Americas’

  Ministers’ Conference marks King Day with celebration amid ‘Two Americas’

Photo by Timothy Ramsey Dr. Lamonte Williams (far left) stands with the award recipients at the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem

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Dr. King’s legacy honored at Kneel-in

  Dr. King’s legacy honored at Kneel-in

Photo by Timothy Ramsey Following the panel discussion many people stayed to collectively pray in a candlelight vigil. BY TIMOTHY

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WSSU’s Burke Singers, vocalist provide songs of peace and justice

  WSSU’s Burke Singers, vocalist provide songs of peace and justice

Photo by Donna Rogers The Burke Singers and their founder, Maestra D’Walla Simmons-Burke, show the audience how to keep the

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AKAs serve hundreds after Noon Hour service

  AKAs serve hundreds after Noon Hour service

Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. fed

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