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Larry Little, WSSU students, join fight to free Ronnie Long

    Larry Little, WSSU students, join fight to free Ronnie Long

Long has been in jail since he was 19 years old for a crime he says he didn’t commit. And last week students from Winston-Salem State University joined the fight to help Long seek justice. 

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Poverty statistics don’t tell all

    Poverty statistics don’t tell all

While anyone can look at these numbers and come to the conclusion that more needs to be done to lift our community out of this hole, it is equally important that we look at the root causes of these issues and uplift programs and organizations that are already doing the work to change the narrative.

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Where do Confederate Monuments Belong?

    Where do Confederate Monuments Belong?

Where do Confederate Monuments Belong?

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Al Jabbar gives our youth what he never had

    Busta’s Person of the Week: Al Jabbar gives our youth what he never had

Busta’s Person of the Week: Al Jabbar gives our youth what he never had

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Local NAACP launches Young Adult Commitee

  Local NAACP launches Young Adult Commitee

Earlier this week the newly launched Young Adult Committee (YAC) of the local NAACP invited young professionals from all walks of life to come together and have a serious conversation on the issues currently afflicting the African-American community in Winston-Salem.

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‘What are you willing to sacrifice?’

  ‘What are you willing to sacrifice?’

What are you willing to sacrifice? That was the question Dr. Wes Bellamy raised at the Benton Convention Center during the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast on Monday, Jan. 21.

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Opposing sides meet at Confederate statue

  Opposing sides meet at Confederate statue

Chants of “Your Southern Soldiers were Enemy Combatants” and a rendition of the Battle Hymn of the Republic divided the corner of Fourth and Liberty streets last Sunday afternoon as more than 100 people gathered downtown to speak in support of or against the city’s decision to remove the statue which was placed at the old Forsyth County Courthouse in 1905.

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Sorority youth attend youth conference, adds new members

  Sorority youth attend youth conference, adds new members

 National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Beta Lambda Chapter Youth attended the 70th Youth Leadership Conference in Dover, Delaware.

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The Winston-Salem Foundation Committee announces new members

  The Winston-Salem Foundation Committee announces new members

The Winston-Salem Foundation welcomes Evelyn Acree, Jeff Lindsay, and Peggy Reingold to The Winston-Salem Foundation Committee.

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Smith Reynolds Airport contributes $801 million, 3,585 jobs to local economy

  Smith Reynolds Airport contributes $801 million, 3,585 jobs to local economy

Smith Reynolds Airport has an $801 million impact on the local economy and supports 3,585 jobs according to the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Aviation Division.

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