Tag "African American"

Winston-Salem native Jackeè coming home for play

    Winston-Salem native Jackeè coming home for play

By Busta Brown The Chronicle Winston-Salem’s own Jackeè Harry is coming home this Saturday, Nov. 4,  at 8 p.m. at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum! She’ll be starring in the

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Restoring black cemeteries gains attention

    Restoring black cemeteries gains attention

The challenges of restoring African-American cemeteries that have fallen into disrepair was discussed at a program at Delta Arts Center last Thursday.

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Scholars program looks to expand

    Scholars program looks to expand

Crosby Scholars Community Partnership is looking to expand a program that helps African-American males reach their full potential.

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Local church brings in first African-American preacher

    Local church brings in first African-American preacher

Burkhead United Methodist Church, 5250 Silas Creek Parkway, has a new senior pastor. The predominately white congregation welcomed their first African-American pastor, the Rev. Dr. Carl Manuel Jr. recently.

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Minority Business Expo draws large crowd

    Minority Business Expo draws large crowd

Entrepreneurs, celebrity guest, and hundreds of supporters came together for the fourth annual Triad Minority Business Expo last weekend.

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Past, present black N.C. black justices honored

    Past, present black N.C. black justices honored

For the first time ever, all past and present African-American justices of the North Carolina Supreme Court are being honored for their contributions.

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Old Salem is continuing the conversation

    Old Salem is continuing the conversation

The last in a three part series on Old Salem’s Hidden Town Project, which explores the lives of enslaved African Americans in Salem.

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Old Salem’s enslaved and free Africans come to light

    Old Salem’s enslaved  and free Africans come to light

The first in a three part series on Old Salem’s Hidden Town project that exposes the history of enslaved African Americans in the town of Salem.

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Despite unequal treatment, Black women will rise

    Despite unequal treatment, Black women will rise

Julianne Malveaux’s thoughts on the struggles of black women.

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Commentary: High-prescription drug prices hurt the Black Community

    Commentary: High-prescription drug prices hurt the Black Community

Rep. Elijah Cummings discusses his act to negotiate lower Medicare drug prices.

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