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Experts, voters discuss problems with N.C. voting law at trial

    Experts, voters discuss problems with N.C. voting law at trial

In above photo: Federal Building of Winston-Salem The plaintiffs against North Carolina’s election reform law, known as House Bill 589, continue to present experts and voters in the N.C. NAACP

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Hot dog! Vendors ready for new competition

    Hot dog! Vendors ready for new competition

In above photo: Frank Wilson at his hot dog stand in downtown Winston-Salem. (Photo by Nikki Baldwin) By Nikki Baldwin For the Chronicle Mark Flynt, the owner of JS Pulliam Barbeque

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Salvation Army drops rezoning request

    Salvation Army drops rezoning request

In above photo: Salvation Army logo City Council vote was scheduled for July 20 By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle The Salvation Army of Winston-Salem has withdrawn its request to rezone

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‘Katie B.’ Hospital alumni reunion set for this weekend

    ‘Katie B.’ Hospital alumni reunion set for this weekend

In above photo: Kate Bitting Reynolds Memorial Hospital memorial sign By Felecia Piggott-Long, Ph.D. Special to The Chronicle The annual Kate Bitting Reynolds Memorial Hospital Alumni Reunion will be held

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N.C. voting law case is being heard in federal court

  N.C. voting law case is  being heard in federal court

In above photo: Bishop Todd Fulton speaks at press conference trial (Photo by Todd Luck for The Chronicle) Several lawsuits

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Film showing at WSSU draws huge crowd before Moral Monday march

  Film showing at WSSU draws huge crowd before Moral Monday march

In above photo: Over 150 people filled the Student Activity Center on the campus of WSSU on Thursday, July 9 for

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Voting rights teach-in a part of Monday events

  Voting rights teach-in a part of Monday events

In above photo: (left) UNCG Student and Ignite N.C. member Femi Shittu, (right) East Ward City Council Member Derwin Montgomery 

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Teacher assistants on the chopping block

  Teacher assistants on the chopping block

In above photo: NCATA Communication Director Melinda Zarate speaks at a rally at Miller Park on Wednesday, July 8. (Submitted

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Photos from Moral Monday, submitted by the public

  Photos from Moral Monday, submitted by the public

Photo above submitted by Kyle Brown, Winston-Salem State University 2015-16 Student Government Association president. Chronicle Staff Report The trial in

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‘This is Our Selma!’

  ‘This is Our Selma!’

In above photo: Over 3,500 people from across the state and nation gathered in Winston-Salem on July 13 for the Mass

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