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Leaders, public discuss ‘State of Black Winston-Salem’

    Leaders, public discuss ‘State of Black Winston-Salem’

One week after The Chronicle unveiled the findings in the “State of Black Winston-Salem” report compiled by local Urban League CEO James Perry, the organization’s Young Professionals branch invited the

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Prince Hall Masons host annual charity ride

    Prince Hall Masons host annual charity ride

Last weekend, members of the Bivouac Lodge No. 503, and the N.C. 30th District Prince Hall Masons hosted the 4th annual Masonic Motorcycle Charity Ride to help raise funds to

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Accessible Festival offers services and fun

    Accessible Festival offers services and fun

People with disabilities of all kinds danced, ate and had fun at the Accessible Festival held at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds’ Education Building on Friday, July 14. This year was an

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Meet and greet event designed to bring community together

    Meet and greet event designed to bring community together

Following in the theme of the Summer Reading Program offered at the Carver School Road Library Branch, “Building A Better World,” last week community members who live, work, and play

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Urban League: Black W-S lags

  Urban League: Black W-S lags

A 25-page report measures how black residents are doing compared with white residents Each year since 1976, the National Urban

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Group brings Liberian valedictorian to study in W-S

  Group brings Liberian valedictorian to study in W-S

The Liberian Organization of the Piedmont (LOP) gave Lexanndine Taylor, who graduated top of her class at the University of

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‘It’s a beautiful thing’

  ‘It’s a beautiful thing’

Liberty Market reopens with urban farmers The Liberty Street Market reopened with a variety of urban farmers from the community

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Protesters demand town hall with Burr

  Protesters demand town hall with Burr

For the second time in less than three weeks, hundreds of people gathered outside the local office of Sen. Richard

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Hundreds celebrate legacy of city’s first black neighborhood

  Hundreds celebrate legacy of city’s first black neighborhood

Last weekend residents from the past and present came together to celebrate the city’s first established black community during the

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LOC: End gun violence, gang activity

  LOC: End gun violence,  gang activity

Less than 24 hours after four people were shot in the 2000 block of Patria Street, more than a dozen

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