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Many concerned about high number of N.C. exonerations

    Many concerned about high number of N.C. exonerations

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle “Twenty years I’ve been trying to prove my innocence [of murder] … I didn’t do it. I wasn’t there. I can’t explain why people

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Darryl Hunt scholarship will help convicts further their education

    Darryl Hunt scholarship will help convicts further their education

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  In 1984, Darryl Hunt was wrongfully convicted of rape and murder. While maintaining his innocence, Hunt would spend nearly two decades

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Letters to the Editor: Darryl Hunt and HB 2

    Letters to the Editor: Darryl Hunt and HB 2

Me, myself  and Darryl Hunt To The Editor: Not many people in this world today can honestly say that they actually know someone who has mentally, spiritually and physically, walked

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Hundreds attend memorial service for Darryl Hunt

    Hundreds attend memorial service for Darryl Hunt

Photo by Tevin Stinson Rev. Dr. John Mendez speaks during the memorial service for Darryl Hunt at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Saturday, March 19. BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  There

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Editorial: Darryl Hunt’s death reveals need for targeted help

    Editorial: Darryl Hunt’s death reveals need for targeted help

The Winston-Salem community is mourning the death of Darryl Hunt, the hometown black man who was accused of murder but

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Letters to the Editor: Darryl Hunt and Rag Baby

    Letters to the Editor: Darryl Hunt and Rag Baby

Thank you for covering event about Islamic faith in W-S To the Editor: Thank you Chronicle, especially T. Ramsey, for

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Darryl Hunt remembered for his humility and courage

    Darryl Hunt remembered for his humility and courage

Chronicle file photo The late Darryl Hunt, who was wrongly incar-cerated for a murder he didn’t commit for nearly two

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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

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Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

    Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

(pictured above:  August Dark, Kalvin Michael Smith’s father, speaks to supporters at Lloyd Presbyterian Church.) For Darryl Hunt, Sept. 11

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Editorial: This Ain’t Justice

    Editorial: This Ain’t Justice

A lot of people are upset this week with the Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office’s decision to give the white

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