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Habari Gani?

    Habari Gani?

Kwanzaa kick-off echoes calls to value black life (pictured above: Zen Sadler (center) helps Don Williams and Patricia Sadler light the Kwanzaa kinara.) The recent deaths of unarmed black men at

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Edible fundraiser will support Authoring Action

    Edible fundraiser will support Authoring Action

(pictured above:  (Top, from left) Greg Tahtinen (musician), Willie Holmes (mentor) and Artistic Director Nathan Ross Freeman poses with Authoring Action teens (middle row, from left) Tony Jenkins, Atigre Farmer, Justin Maxwell, Olivia

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Nonprofits get rent-free home in new Center

(pictured above:  Board member Nancy Baxley, BB&T’s Chairman Kelly King, Mayor Allen Joines and WSCEA President Cathy Owen cut the ribbon.) The Winston-Salem Center for Education and the Arts officially

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Summer on the Stump

    Summer on the Stump

District Court hopeful looks forward to head-to-head challenge (pictured above:  Valene Franco rides in Kernersville’s recent 4th of July parade behind a supporter holding her sign.) Parades, neighborhood gatherings, 5Ks. Valene

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On the Right Path

    On the Right Path

Three complete juvenile drug treatment program (pictured above: Reclaiming Futures graduate Tamayia Wilson (left) is greeted by Judge Camille Banks-Payne, Sen.

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Authoring Action’s annual Retrospective coming to SECCA

    Authoring Action’s annual  Retrospective coming to SECCA

(pictured above:  Authoring Action co-founder Nathan Ross Freeman poses with some of the program’s young participants in 2012.) The teen

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Legal professionals chosen as ‘Young Dreamers’

    Legal professionals chosen as ‘Young Dreamers’

The City of Winston-Salem presented its latest Martin Luther King Jr. Young Dreamers awards last week to attorneys Valene Franco

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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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Panel addresses domestic violence among blacks

    Panel addresses domestic violence among blacks

A panel discussion – sponsored by Family Services and Winston-Salem State University – tackled domestic violence in the black community

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‘Twin Poets’ use rhyme to change lives

    ‘Twin Poets’ use rhyme to change lives

Words have power. Twins Nnamdi Chukwuocha and Albert “Al” Mills have carved their lives – and their careers – out

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