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Homes for veterans nearly done, nonprofit says

    Homes for veterans nearly done, nonprofit says

In photo: A view of the kitchen in one of the units. Photo by Chanel Davis  A local nonprofit is putting the finishing touches on a project it’s been working on for

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Delta Arts Center’s latest quilting show featuring African-Americans

    Delta Arts Center’s latest quilting show featuring African-Americans

Image above courtesy of Delta Arts Special to The Chronicle Delta Arts Center, 2611 New Walkertown Rd., will present the fifth in its biennial exhibition of quilts with the Tuesday,

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Goodwill stores, 2 firms team up to offer ObamaCare sign-up help

    Goodwill stores, 2 firms team up to offer ObamaCare sign-up help

Above: Photo illustration Special to The Chronicle Segmented Marketing Services Inc. (SMSi) and Urban Call Marketing Partners, two minority-owned companies, have partnered with Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina Inc.

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Commentary: Act to end poverty now, as Dr. King wanted

    Commentary: Act to end poverty now, as Dr. King wanted

In photo: Marian Wright Edelman By Marian Wright Edelman “There is nothing new about poverty. What is new, however, is that we now have the resources to get rid of it.”

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Commentary: Sale of Ebony, Jet photos is like ‘eating the seed corn’

    Commentary: Sale of Ebony, Jet photos is  like ‘eating the seed corn’

In photo: Bill Turner By Bill Turner The recent news that Johnson Publications of Chicago – the parent company of

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Racial diversity prevalent at Salem College, president says

    Racial diversity prevalent at Salem College, president says

In photo: Salem College President Dr. Lorraine Sterritt speaks Jan. 24. Photo by Todd Luck Salem College President Dr. Lorraine

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Commentary: Why the Affordable Care Act matters to African-Americans

    Commentary: Why the Affordable Care Act matters to African-Americans

Above: Valerie Jarrett, left, and  and Sylvia M. Burwell By Valerie Jarrett and Sylvia M. Burwell When Astrid Muhammad heard her

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Winston-Salem NAACP election ruled void as national office steps in

    Winston-Salem NAACP election ruled void as national office steps in

The Winston-Salem branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will void its last election, which took

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Letters to the Editor: Black businesses and peace

    Letters to the Editor: Black businesses and peace

When Black businesses ruled To the Editor: I grew up in Winston-Salem and attended an Afro American School. In this

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King expected death, Dick Gregory tells Winston-Salem audience

    King expected death, Dick Gregory tells Winston-Salem audience

In photo: Dick Gregory speaks at Winston-Salem State University on Jan. 20. WSSU photo Winston-Salem State University’s K. R. Williams

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