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Editorial: ‘Keep your eyes on prize. Hold on.’

    Editorial: ‘Keep your eyes on prize. Hold on.’

The serial 1987 PBS documentary “Eyes on the Prize” shows the hardships and victories black Americans endured in the 1950s and 1960s Civil Rights Movement. The producers used the moving

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Forsyth County’s black residents lose out after new gerrymandering

    Forsyth County’s black residents lose out after new gerrymandering

One day we have U.S. Rep. Alma Adams of Greensboro fighting for us in Congress. The next day we have strangers vying to represent us in Congress in a different

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Society continues to educate community on Black History

    Society continues to educate community on Black History

Linda Dark from the Society for the Study of Afro-American History discusses the importance of preserving historical information on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at the Reynolda Manor Branch Library. BY TEVIN

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‘Uplifting the African-American Community’

    ‘Uplifting the African-American Community’

Photo by Tevin Stinson Above: Members of The Otesha Creative Arts Ensemble perform during the opening celebration of Kwanzaa on Saturday, Dec. 26 at the Winston-Salem Urban League. New Urban

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CBC applauds the decision to investigate Chicago Police

    CBC applauds the decision to investigate Chicago Police

To the Editor: CBC Chairman G. K. Butterfield [N.C.-1] released the following statement following the decision of Attorney General Loretta

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Column: Perfect timing for ‘Straight Outta Compton’

    Column: Perfect timing for ‘Straight Outta Compton’

In above photo: “Straight Outta Compton” movie logo (File photo) Tevin Stinson, Chronicle Columnist For the second straight week, “Straight

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Editorial: 50 years later, Voting Rights Act under attack

    Editorial: 50 years later, Voting Rights Act under attack

Cartoon by Ron Rogers for the Winston-Salem Chronicle 2015 has been a year of milestones, from an African-American president of

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Editorial: Support NAACP in trial, rally in full force

    Editorial: Support NAACP in trial, rally in full force

Time is ticking down as the trial to challenge North Carolina’s restrictive voter laws draws near. On Monday, July 13,

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Any skin color can burn

    Any skin color can burn

In above photo: Ron Rogers illustration for the Chronicle Doctors warn that African-Americans need caution in the sun, too By

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Commentary: The killings in South Carolina are a setback in American race relations

    Commentary:  The killings in South Carolina are a setback in American race relations

By James B. Ewers Jr. Racial tension in this country took an unexpected turn for the worse on Wednesday [June

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