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Editorial: MLK, McCrory, and the 12th District Seat

    Editorial: MLK, McCrory, and the 12th District Seat

MLK Day We are celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday. In recent years, there has been a strong push to make the annual

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Thank You, Chronicle To the Editor: As we reflect back on 2013 and resolve to do better in 2014, it’s important to be thankful. I am thankful for The Chronicle.

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Raymond’s Wrath

    Raymond’s Wrath

(pictured: King Kenneth Raymond I) Well, don’t look for any of Ken Raymond’s warped perspectives in The Chronicle. King Ken I is not amused and has banished this publication; we

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For-profit colleges targeted

    For-profit colleges targeted

As higher education costs continue to increase faster than most consumers’ income, college loan debt has now topped $1.2 trillion. One area where the cost may be too high is

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War on Kwanzaa?

    War on Kwanzaa?

Hundreds of local residents attended Kwanzaa celebrations this week and last week at several venues throughout the city. Folks danced,

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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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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Remembering Mandela To the Editor: During my Bishop College days, I first heard of apartheid and the Free Nelson Mandela

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Editorial: Moral Mirror Held Up Again

    Editorial: Moral Mirror Held Up Again

There is no rest for the weary as the N.C. NAACP reignites its Moral Monday movement to remind the Republican

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Editorial: Changes. Petitions and Positions

    Editorial: Changes. Petitions and Positions

(pictured above: Forsyth County Elections Director Rob Coffman) A change.org petition has been started to support Forsyth County Elections Director

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Slavery Reawakened

    Slavery Reawakened

(pictured above:  “Ebony and Ivy” book author and MIT history professor, Craig Steven Wilder) Seven score and 10 years ago, in 1863,

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