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Innovative educator keynotes symposium

    Innovative educator keynotes symposium

(pictured above: Dr. Steve Perry addresses a crowd of several hundred on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 20 at Winston-Salem State University.) Dr. Steve Perry, a nationally-known educator and host of

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Harding: Stand up for what’s right!

    Harding: Stand up for what’s right!

(pictured above: Dr. Vincent Harding in conversation last week.) Wake Forest University invited author and civil rights legend Dr. Vincent Harding to campus last week to share pearls of wisdom

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Chief Justice exhorts lawyers to be upright

    Chief Justice exhorts lawyers to be upright

(pictured above:  Attorneys Dudley Humphrey (left) and George Cleland look on as H. Glenn Davis speaks.) N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Sarah Parker was among those advocating for integrity in

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Center to expand, strengthen program that steers kids away from jailhouse

    Center to expand, strengthen program that steers kids away from jailhouse

(pictured above: Frances Portillo leads the workshop.) The Winston-Salem State University Center for Community Safety is looking to impact even more young lives with its STARS (Students Taking Action and Reaching

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Early voting plan too friendly to suburbs, critics say

    Early voting plan too friendly to suburbs, critics say

(pictured above: Charles Wilson addresses Board of Elections members (from left): Fleming El-Amin, Ken Raymond and Stuart Russell. Also pictured is

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Verdict stirs emotions of locals

    Verdict stirs emotions of locals

The trial of the killer of yet another black teenager in Florida has again awakened a national conversation about race

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The Benevolent Ball

    The Benevolent Ball

Sweet Hearts dance the night away for a good cause (pictured above:  Charles Walters and Marian McGainey dressed to the nines

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Delta exhibit features black artists

    Delta exhibit features black artists

Owens Daniels had called Winston-Salem home for several years before he ever set foot in Old Salem. But once the

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For Posterity’s Sake

    For Posterity’s Sake

Library stations help preserve family memories (pictured above:  Billy King at the digitalization station at the Central Library.) The Forsyth County

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