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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 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill history professor Dr.

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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 law enforcement practices are discriminatory and unconstitutional and calling for

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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 without the blessing of both North Carolina U.S. senators, who

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Editorial: Black History Month ending, but not work in community

    Editorial: Black History Month ending, but not work in community

Black History Month 2015 will end in a few days. All month media, organizations and businesses have given tidbits about African-Americans and their accomplishments. Some people who have been honored

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How will you celebrate Black History Month?

    How will you celebrate Black History Month?

In January, we celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Various organizations marked Dr. King’s birthday in various ways, such as

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Delta Arts Center’s latest quilting show featuring African-Americans

    Delta Arts Center’s latest quilting show featuring African-Americans

Image above courtesy of Delta Arts Special to The Chronicle Delta Arts Center, 2611 New Walkertown Rd., will present the

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Commentary: Sale of Ebony, Jet photos is like ‘eating the seed corn’

    Commentary: Sale of Ebony, Jet photos is  like ‘eating the seed corn’

In photo: Bill Turner By Bill Turner The recent news that Johnson Publications of Chicago – the parent company of

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The Barrier that Divides

    The Barrier that Divides

MLK Breakfast to tackle timely themes Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Ernie Pitt, publisher of The Chronicle, is presenting this question

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Editorial: ‘Wake’ Up!

    Editorial: ‘Wake’ Up!

(pictured above: A photo released by Wake Forest University last week shows some of the flowers Imam Khalid Griggs has received since

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Witnesses: Another Unarmed African-American Shot by Police

    Witnesses: Another Unarmed African-American Shot by Police

In photo: Cedric Bartee Police have urged the public not to jump to conclusions after an officer shot an African-American man that witnesses say

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