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Final Urban League town hall tackles implicit bias

    Final Urban League town hall tackles implicit bias

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  When discussing the relationship between law enforcement and the African-American community, and the root causes to why blacks are more likely

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Clinton speaks to us

    Clinton speaks to us

African-American community gains her attention. BY CASH MICHAELS FOR THE CHRONICLE RALEIGH — In an exclusive interview with North Carolina’s African-American press, Hillary Clinton said even though she is running

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Black philanthropy group holds night of generosity with gala

    Black philanthropy group holds night of generosity with gala

Photos by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE A celebration of the history of giving in the African-American community was held at the Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) gala at

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Students ask: What’s next step?

    Students ask: What’s next step?

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE “How do we break down these barriers?” That was the question a Wake Forest University (WFU) law student raised during a

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Black Dollars app helps keep money in community

    Black Dollars app helps keep money in community

BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Statistics show that the lifespan of a dollar in the Asian community is 28 days

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‘Surviving the Stop’ aims to change the narrative of police-black community relations

    ‘Surviving the Stop’ aims to change the narrative of police-black community relations

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  At a place in time, where it seems like every day black men lose their

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Bridge over troubled waters

    Bridge over troubled waters

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  The Winston-Salem Urban League (WSUL) is looking to bridge the gap

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WSSU project conducting free diabetes training at churches

    WSSU project conducting free diabetes training at churches

Union Bethel, Pastor Konnie Robinson SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Diabetes is a serious health problem that the African-American community faces

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Faith, education uphold Winston-Salem’s African-American legacy

    Faith, education uphold Winston-Salem’s African-American legacy

Photo courtesy of Society for the Study of Afro-American History Most of the houses were shotguns, an architectural style from

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Kwanzaa event spotlights local black-owned businesses

    Kwanzaa event spotlights local black-owned businesses

Above: Annette Nickols of I am 2 Sweet 4 Diabetes greets attendee at her table on Tuesday, Dec. 29. To

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