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‘Maya Angelou chose to love me,’ Tavis Smiley said of his friend

    ‘Maya Angelou chose to love me,’ Tavis Smiley said of his friend

(Above left: Tavis Smiley photo by  Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle) Author, broadcaster and publisher Tavis Smiley encouraged residents to find their path by walking it themselves as he spoke

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School’s neighbors outraged

    School’s neighbors outraged

(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle- A man in the audience questions city employees about what is happening in the neighborhood near the Hanes/Lowrance Middle School,which is sitting vacant

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Rep. Hanes calls for statewide body cameras

    Rep. Hanes calls for statewide body cameras

Winston-Salem already has them N.C. House Rep. Edward “Ed” Hanes has presented a bill to the House that would call for most of the police officers in the state to

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‘Religious freedom’ bill now in General Assembly

    ‘Religious freedom’ bill now in General Assembly

(Above:  N.C. Rep. Ed Hanes and N.C. Sen. Paul Lowe) North Carolina’s own version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and other bills that effect the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)

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$2.2 million grant to help Early Head Start program form in Forsyth County

  $2.2 million grant to help Early Head Start program form in Forsyth County

(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle- Bob Feikema, center, President and CEO of Family Services, visits with the 3-year-old

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Winston-Salem planners ask East-Northeast planning area residents to help with growth

  Winston-Salem planners ask East-Northeast planning area residents to help with growth

(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle- Michael Banner reveals his group’s list of concerns at the East-Northeast Area Plan

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NAACP must have new election for W-S branch election

  NAACP must have new election for W-S branch  election

Members of the Winston-Salem Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) finally have an answer

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Bill calls for oversight in citizen review boards and diversity training for law enforcement

  Bill calls for oversight in citizen review boards and diversity training for law enforcement

North Carolina House legislators have united to present state representatives with a bill that is designed to help end racial

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Diverse panel of clergy discuss intolerance and religious extremism

  Diverse panel of clergy discuss intolerance and religious extremism

(Above:  Carl Lut Williams speaks.) A diverse panel of faith leaders discussed religious extremism Monday night, March 30, at the Stuart

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Geneva Brown’s legacy remains intact, daughter says

  Geneva Brown’s legacy remains intact, daughter says

Well-known educator and former school board member Geneva Anita Bland Brown made a tremendous mark on the community that endures

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