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Commentary: Just in case … Is that our anthem these days?

    Commentary:  Just in case … Is that our anthem these days?

By James B. Ewers Jr. When I was coming of age in North Carolina, my parents would kiss and off my father went to work. My mom also worked. I

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Editorial: Changing the leadership,not the fight

    Editorial: Changing the leadership,not the fight

The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II has announced that he is stepping down as president of the N.C. NAACP in June and will not run for re-election. This sounds

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‘Surviving the Stop’ aims to change the narrative of police-black community relations

    ‘Surviving the Stop’ aims to change the narrative of police-black community relations

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  At a place in time, where it seems like every day black men lose their lives during routine traffic stops, Winston-Salem native Bobby Kimbrough is

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Commentary: Police brutality, racism and politics

    Commentary: Police brutality, racism and politics

Police have a civic duty to protect and serve individuals, but like most people who hold a great deal of authority, their powers are sometimes abused. Unfortunately, police brutality is

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‘Long, hot summer’ if no reform

    ‘Long, hot summer’ if no reform

Congressman warns of inaction on gun/police laws  BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE In the wake of the police killing

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W-S firm is researching chronic disease in black men

    W-S firm is researching chronic disease in black men

In photo above: Tiffany Williams (MPH, MLS), Gramercy Research Group project coordinator, back left, leads a new study participant through

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Column: State of Black America: The big eruption

    Column: State of Black America: The big eruption

By Bill Turner I just finished my read of the “State of Black America – 2015” report, released recently by

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Black Men Prepare for Challenges of the Classroom

    Black Men Prepare for  Challenges of the Classroom

The HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Male Summer Institute was held on the campus of Winston-Salem State University from

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Filmmakers tackle blacks and suicide

    Filmmakers tackle blacks and suicide

(pictured above: Filmmakers Kenneth Todd Nelson and Squeaky Moore look over footage.) Winston-Salem native Kenneth Todd Nelson is sounding the alarm

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