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Commentary: Our civil war and theirs

    Commentary:  Our civil war and theirs

In above photo: Confederate flag Bill Turner, Guest Columnist Many Americans defend the preservation and display of Confederate-themed statutes and flags and other varied and sundry – and sordid –

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Custodian tells amazing story of survival in war

    Custodian tells amazing story of survival in war

By Kim Underwood, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools The people who work at the Special Services Center know Patrick King as the custodian who comes in each morning at 5:30 a.m. to open

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Exclusive: Dean Smith’s Pardon Letter for Wilmington Ten Revealed

    Exclusive: Dean Smith’s Pardon Letter for Wilmington Ten Revealed

by Cash Michaels Special to the NNPA from The Carolinian Newspaper This week, as the world mourns the passing of legendary UNC Tar Heel Head Basketball Coach Dean Smith, he

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Liberians honor Angelou and pray for homeland

    Liberians honor Angelou and pray for homeland

West African nation caught in Ebola’s net (pictured above:  Sylvia Haith watches as Liberian Organization of the Piedmont President James Hunder lights a candle in honor of Maya Angelou.) Saturday was

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Convention brings dozens of Liberians to Winston

    Convention brings dozens of Liberians to Winston

(pictured above:  David K. Flomo with Selena Polson-Mappy and Christian Kolleh.) Winston-Salem resident David K. Flomo was elected last weekend

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Medical Center details global health efforts at symposium

    Medical Center details global health efforts at symposium

(pictured above: Dr. Avinash Shetty speaks about HIV/AIDS.) International health challenges and possible solutions to them were the focus of the

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Conflict in South Sudan

    Conflict in South Sudan

The escalating crisis in South Sudan, a country only constituted in 2011, has brought with it growing concerns that a

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War anniversary symposium tackles black perspective

    War anniversary symposium tackles black perspective

The emancipation of slaves and its vast impact was the crux of a symposium held last week at Winston-Salem State

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Post-Civil War freedoms to be probed at symposium

    Post-Civil War freedoms to be probed at symposium

The North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem State University and Old Salem are hosting a

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Cowan to headline Emancipation Proclamation program

    Cowan to headline Emancipation Proclamation program

Yadkin County native Maurice “Mo” Cowan, who served as a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, will address a regional conference celebrating

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