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Juneteenth luncheon marks 150th anniversary celebration

    Juneteenth luncheon marks 150th anniversary celebration

In photo above: Joycelyn V. Johnnson (Submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle The St. Philips Heritage Center at Old Salem Museums & Gardens in partnership with Winston-Salem State University will

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WSSU’s public relations chief Nancy Young retires

    WSSU’s public relations chief Nancy Young retires

In photo above: Nancy Young, director of public relations for Winston-Salem State University, will retire after six years at WSSU. (Photo by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle) Nancy Young

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HARRY veterans group commemorates Memorial Day with community

    HARRY veterans group commemorates Memorial Day with community

In photo above: HARRY Executive Director Ciat Shabazz (second from right) with veterans (left to right, standing) James Broadway, Woodrow Haney, Melvin Davis Jr. and (sitting) Ronald Ferguson. (Photo by Todd Luck) Hundreds came

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Forsyth County Board of Elections tackles voting law changes

    Forsyth County Board of Elections tackles voting law changes

In photo above: Forsyth County Board of Elections Director Steve Hines (Photo by Todd Luck) Voter ID requirements and pre-registration elimination among topics discussed Concerns about voter IDs, the end

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Speaker at Salem College urges graduates to dream big

    Speaker at Salem College urges graduates to dream big

In photo above: Dr. Freda C. Lewis-Hall was the keynote speaker at Salem College’s graduation on Saturday, May 23. (Photo

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Third try at Winston-Salem NAACP elections goes over without issues

    Third try at Winston-Salem NAACP elections goes over without issues

In photo above: During the elections on May 26, state NAACP board members, who conducted the elections, only allowed members

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N.C. NAACP begins mobilizing for action in Winston-Salem

    N.C. NAACP begins mobilizing for action in Winston-Salem

In photo above: Bishop Todd Fulton addresses the crowd at St. Philips Moravian Church on May 21. (Photo by Erin

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Letters to the Editor: transportation bill, kudos to helping military, Salvation Army is welcome

    Letters to the Editor: transportation bill, kudos to helping military, Salvation Army is welcome

Republicans disappoint on measure To the Editor: Today [Tuesday, May 19] I voted for a short-term measure [H.R. 2353, the

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Commentary: Addressing climate change is good for the economy

    Commentary: Addressing climate change  is good for the economy

Illustration above by Ron Rogers for The Chronicle By Bill Blancato Guest Columnist We celebrated another Earth Day on April

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Commentary: Do marches, curfews and home training matter?

    Commentary: Do marches, curfews and home training matter?

In above photo: A young person protests the death of black man in police custody in Baltimore in early May.

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