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Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Question tackled at MLK Jr. Day breakfast

    Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Question tackled at MLK Jr. Day breakfast

In photo: Cindy Smith Gordineer, president and CEO of the United Way of Forsyth County, and Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines listen as Dr. John Mendez, a civil rights advocate and pastor

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Bumphus inspires area educators

    Bumphus inspires area educators

(pictured above: Dr. Walter Bumphus speaks.) Born into a family of 10 children with parents who didn’t finish high school, Dr. Walter Bumphus, president and CEO of the American Association of

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Analysis finds successful colleges for graduating low-income black students

    Analysis finds successful colleges for graduating low-income black students

Winston-Salem State University makes auxiliary list We name 23 schools that have shown great success at graduating more than 50 percent of their black students without a lot of fanfare

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‘A Time to Kill’ sparks discussion of race and justice

    ‘A Time to Kill’ sparks  discussion of race and justice

(pictured above:  Derrick Parker (left) and Brain Joyce on stage in ‘A Time to Kill.’) “Do you think we live in a country where the color of one’s skin determines

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Spaulding already stumping for ’16

    Spaulding already stumping for ’16

(pictured above:  Ken Spaulding speaks in Winston-Salem last week.) North Carolinians won’t decide if they want to keep the governor

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The Right to Quality Education?

    The Right to Quality Education?

Leaders say the law makes no such assurances (pictured above:  Panelists David Dennis with Superintendent Beverly Emory (center) and moderator Denise

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‘What Would You Do?’ reporter to speak at DCCC

    ‘What Would You Do?’  reporter to speak at DCCC

Emmy award-winner and ABC News journalist John Quiñones will discuss the power of education when he visits Davidson County Community

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Sunday voting rally attracts hundreds

    Sunday voting rally attracts hundreds

(pictured above:  Marchers depart from United Metropolitan on Sunday.) They marched. They chanted and sang. They voted. Souls to the Polls

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Inspired by Tragedy

    Inspired by Tragedy

(pictured above:  TaWanna Archia) Domestic violence education group holding first program A new organization is working to equip women –

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Surprise for Superhero principal

    Surprise for Superhero principal

(pictured above:  Ron Davis reacts to his surprise gift.) Ron Davis, the principal of Gibson Elementary School, is a fan

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