Tag "African American"

A journey to savor

    A journey to savor

Editor’s note: Danny and Debora Freeman of Winston-Salem visited the National Museum of African American History and Culture when it opened Sept. 24. Debora Freeman shares her photographs and her

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Faith institutions encouraged to celebrate NAACP Sunday

    Faith institutions encouraged to celebrate NAACP Sunday

In Photo: Ike Howard and Linda Sutton Special to The Chronicle All across the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County community, faith institutions will be celebrating NAACP Sunday on Nov.22.  This day was set aside to

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Winston-Salem Delta Arts Center to feature works by Gastonia native John Biggers

    Winston-Salem Delta Arts Center to feature works by Gastonia native John Biggers

Above: Harvesters II by John Biggers (Submitted photo) By Ashlea Jones For The Chronicle John T. Biggers (1924–2001), an African-American muralist, painter, educator and Gastonia native, has not been forgotten.

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Sylvia Sprinkle-Hamlin appears in 2016 Heritage Calendar

    Sylvia Sprinkle-Hamlin appears in 2016 Heritage Calendar

Above: Sylvia Sprinkle-Hamlin is featured in the 2016 Heritage Calendar. Special to The Chronicle Gov. Pat McCrory has honored Forsyth County Public Library Director Sylvia Sprinkle-Hamlin for her contribution to

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A CHRONICLE EXCLUSIVE: Forsyth Clerk Of Courts Office, others sued, accused of fraud

    A CHRONICLE EXCLUSIVE: Forsyth Clerk Of Courts Office, others sued, accused of fraud

Above: Forsyth County Superior Court Building By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Copyright © 2015  by The Chronicle The estate

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Commentary: No sanctuary: why black churches are still under attack

    Commentary: No sanctuary: why black churches are still under attack

By Matthew R. Drayton Like most Americans, I woke up this morning [June 18] to the news of another attack

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Scholarship program hopes to promote diversity within Winston-Salem police force

    Scholarship program hopes  to promote diversity within Winston-Salem police force

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle In an effort to increase the number of minority officers, the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD)

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Juneteenth Luncheon explores what freedom means

    Juneteenth Luncheon explores what freedom means

The Juneteenth Luncheon commemorated the 150th anniversary of emancipation from slavery with accounts from those who experienced it, read by

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Highlights of Justice Department Report on Ferguson Police Bias

    Highlights of Justice Department Report on Ferguson Police Bias

JEFF DONN, AP National Writer The Justice Department has released its investigation of the Ferguson Police Department, concluding that city

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N.C. senators against Lynch on wrong side

    N.C. senators against Lynch on wrong side

Greensboro native Loretta Lynch is on her way to becoming the first African-American woman to become U.S. attorney general, but

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