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Black History Month?

    Black History Month?

Some say annual celebration has become trite (pictured above: Yolanda Bolden at the East Winston Heritage Center.) The black history flood gates opened on Feb. 1 and closes shut again March

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Modern-day Jim Crow?

    Modern-day Jim Crow?

(pictured above: Keith Howard speaks as fellow panelists (from left) Rodney Stilwell, Wrenwyck Williams and Greg Davis listen.) Panel leads candid conversation More than 100 local residents – both black and

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A Day Fit for King

    A Day Fit for King

Chronicle breakfast kicks-off MLK Day events on Monday The Chronicle will be kicking the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday off in style this year. Close to 1,000 attendees are expected

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Guys to provide gals with wellness motivation 

    Guys to provide gals with wellness motivation 

Greensboro marketing guru Audretta Hall is looking to encourage Triad residents to kickstart the new year with a focus on health and wellness.  From Jan. 9 through May 18, a

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Kujichagulia celebration brings crowd to Delta Arts Center

    Kujichagulia celebration brings crowd to Delta Arts Center

(pictured above: Attendees participate in the closing Harambee chant at Friday’s Kwanzaa event.) Kujichagulia – or self determination – was the

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Kwanzaa events start Thursday evening

Following the hustle and bustle of Christmas, residents from across the community will come together this week, during the Winston-Salem

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Angelou joins WFU’s call for dignity

    Angelou joins WFU’s call for dignity

Award-winning poet, author and Civil Rights activist Maya Angelou encouraged a standing-room only crowd in Wake Forest University’s Brendle Recital

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Textbook gives voice to blacks and Native Americans

    Textbook gives voice to blacks and Native Americans

Several Wake Forest University professors have contributed to a new text book, “Trauma and Resilience in American Indian and African

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UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

    UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

North Carolina’s racially segregated African American and Latino neighborhoods are more likely to suffer from inequality in living conditions related

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‘Pursuit of Happyness’ author coming

    ‘Pursuit of Happyness’ author coming

Entrepreneur, author and philanthropist Chris Gardner will speak at a free event on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 3 p.m. at the

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