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Commentary: Whose election is it anyway?

    Commentary: Whose election is it anyway?

Matt Meyer Guest Columnist When talking to a group of Black and Latino teenagers, it’s become clear that the 2016 election campaign seems more than a little strange to most

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Commentary: Being black is too much

    Commentary: Being black is too much

Micha James Guest Columnist He is 5-foot-8.5, 175 pounds at 12 years old and he is my son.  He wears his height and weight as badges of honor, especially when

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U.S. Supreme Court ‘all-white juries’ decision affects N.C.

    U.S. Supreme Court ‘all-white juries’  decision affects N.C.

A decisive U.S. Supreme Court ruling last week regarding the unconstitutional elimination of black jurors by Georgia prosecutors from a capital case over 30 years ago has clear implications for

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Commentary: The Waco biker riot reveals the lexicon of racism

    Commentary: The Waco biker riot reveals the lexicon of racism

By Lee A. Daniels Guest Columnist Question: When men (and a few women) belonging to gangs known to law enforcement agencies for criminal behavior explode in a rampage – using

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Report: Blacks, Hispanics Doing Better but Still Lag Whites

    Report: Blacks, Hispanics Doing Better but Still Lag Whites

JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite high-profile concern over issues underscored by the racial unrest in Ferguson,

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Protests erupt after decision in N.Y. chokehold death

    Protests erupt after decision in N.Y. chokehold death

In photo: People lie on the ground at Grand Central Terminal after it was announced that the New York City

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Memories of Meharry

    Memories of Meharry

Local retired health professionals fondly recall black med school Photos by Todd Luck.  Moderator Linda Dark stands as panelist Dr.

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Editorial: Moving On

    Editorial: Moving On

Tomorrow, I will complete my tenure as a reporter for The Winston-Salem Chronicle, and close out a chapter in my

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Editorial: Folks Have Had Enough

    Editorial: Folks Have Had Enough

If Gov. Pat McCrory and his boyz in the General Assembly truly weren’t paying attention before, Saturday’s colossal protest march

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Fast food proximity harmful to minority kids, says study

    Fast food proximity harmful to minority kids, says study

When their schools are near fast-food restaurants, black and Hispanic adolescents are more likely to be overweight and receive less

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