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N.C.’s Sharia ban biased and harmful, says panel

    N.C.’s Sharia ban biased and harmful, says panel

Photo by Todd Luck, Above: Imam Leonard Abdullah makes a point. A panel of local Muslims last week denounced the state’s ban on a foreign law designed to bar Sharia

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Democrats vote to replace Parmon in the N.C. Senate

    Democrats vote to replace Parmon in the N.C. Senate

Contenders for Parmon’s seat (from left) Rev. Dr. Paul Lowe, Joycelyn Johnson and Wilbert Banks take part in a public forum Monday. Dr. Lowe won the election on Thursday, Jan.

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Deltas celebrate Founders Day

    Deltas celebrate Founders Day

(Above: Submitted Photo- Some of the sorors who took part.) Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. recently celebrated 102 years of public service.  This organization was founded at Howard University in Washington,

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LaDeara Crest hosts first Neighbor Nite

    LaDeara Crest hosts first Neighbor Nite

(Above- Submitted Photo LaDeara Crest residents with Community Resource Director Ike Black (right).) The residents of LaDeara Crest, a name derived from the Spanish word ladera, or mountainside, began the New

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Eastern Stars donate to Ashley

  Eastern Stars donate to Ashley

(Above: Submitted Photo, Assistant Principal Alicia Bailey and Principal Mark Hairston (third and fourth from left) accept the items from

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Sigma Betas engaged on MLK Day

  Sigma Betas engaged on MLK Day

(Above: Submitted Photos- The young members work in Odd Fellows Cemetery.) On the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, members of the

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Racial diversity prevalent at Salem College, president says

  Racial diversity prevalent at Salem College, president says

In photo: Salem College President Dr. Lorraine Sterritt speaks Jan. 24. Photo by Todd Luck Salem College President Dr. Lorraine

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King expected death, Dick Gregory tells Winston-Salem audience

  King expected death, Dick Gregory tells Winston-Salem audience

In photo: Dick Gregory speaks at Winston-Salem State University on Jan. 20. WSSU photo Winston-Salem State University’s K. R. Williams

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Winston-Salem NAACP election ruled void as national office steps in

  Winston-Salem NAACP election ruled void as national office steps in

The Winston-Salem branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will void its last election, which took

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Longtime public servant Earline Parmon gives up N.C. Senate seat

  Longtime public servant Earline Parmon gives up N.C. Senate seat

In photo: N.C. Sen. Earline Parmon, Forsyth County Democrat, 32nd District Forsyth County Democrat announced plans Wednesday Earline Parmon announced

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