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Editorial: Origins of Freedom

    Editorial: Origins of Freedom

Independence and Freedom. What’s the difference? Simple – because you are independent, are you free? Are you free to command your own self-worthiness and proclaim who you really are? Are you

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Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

    Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

City Shouldn’t be Nanny Later this month, the city will begin hosting a series of Friday evening activities at the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds designed to keep teenagers from becoming desultory

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Remembering Angelou

    Remembering Angelou

Many people will remember Maya Angelou for her phenomenal career.  She was a true renaissance woman – an author, teacher,  dancer, performer,  radio personality and a producer.  I will remember her a sister friend,

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Backdoor Way to Lower Wages

    Backdoor Way to Lower Wages

There has arisen a peculiar phenomenon over the past seven years. Conservative legislatures in states such as Florida and Wisconsin have passed statutes that limit the ability of cities and

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Editorial: Ignoring Black Vets

    Editorial: Ignoring Black Vets

The current controversy surrounding the plight of veterans in the United States is an important issue for all families in

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Editorial: Piece of the Action

    Editorial: Piece of the Action

Recent transplants may be under the impression that downtown Winston-Salem has always been popping. With all of its razzle-dazzle, even

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Editorial: 60 Years After Brown

    Editorial: 60 Years After Brown

Because I was a horribly ill-behaved child, I found myself shipped from San Francisco to Moss Point, Miss. in August

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Editorial: Commencement’s shortcoming

    Editorial: Commencement’s shortcoming

Meteorologists are likely attributing the Jekyll and Hyde variance between last Thursday and last Friday’s weather to some sort of

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Right to Assemble

    Right to Assemble

Rev. Dr. William Barber, the architect and leader of the Moral Monday phenomenon, has said at the rallies, “This is

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Time for Universal Development

    Time for Universal Development

To the Editor: “Tackling crime, Punishment” on March 20, 2014 was a great article. Why? Because what I saw from

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