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Salem Academy offers admission to female students enrolled at closed American Hebrew Academy

    Salem Academy offers admission to female students enrolled at closed American Hebrew Academy

AHA students and parents wishing to find out more about this offer should contact Carol Killebrew at 336-917-5510 or carol.killebrew@nullsalem.edu or Kylie Morris at 336-721-2806 or kylie.morris@nullsalem.edu.

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Fraternity donates to Bennett College

    Fraternity donates to Bennett College

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the nation’s oldest African-American fraternity, donated $31,000 to Bennett College on Jan. 19.

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Triad Airbnb hosts earned $7.3 million in 2018

    Triad Airbnb hosts earned $7.3 million in 2018

Airbnb, the world’s leading community driven hospitality company, announced today that its Triad-area host community earned a combined $7.3 million.

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Triad business expo fuels ambition

    Triad business expo fuels ambition

All roads led to Winston-Salem last weekend as thousands traveled from near and far for the Triad Minority and Women’s Business Expo.

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Triad gearing up for 5th annual minority business expo 

    Triad gearing up for 5th annual minority business expo 

Later this month, more than 100 business owners and entrepreneurs from Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point will come together for

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Swarm donates funds for tornado relief

    Swarm donates funds for tornado relief

The Greensboro Swarm, the NBA G League affiliate of the Charlotte Hornets, has announced that the two teams will donate $10,000 to the Guilford County Schools Relief Fund.

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Activists hold funeral procession to protest deportation

    Activists hold funeral procession to protest deportation

A mock funeral procession was held in downtown Winston-Salem last week to protest deportation.

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Triad product Rhiannon Giddens seeks more black fans

    Triad product Rhiannon Giddens seeks more black fans

Musician Rhiannon Giddens remains somewhat miffed as to why her music has yet to catch-on with more African-Americans.

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Winston-Salem mother takes sanctuary from deportation in Greensboro church

    Winston-Salem mother takes sanctuary from deportation in Greensboro church

A local mother facing deportation became the second woman in the state to seek sanctuary in a church last week.

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Museum files complaint against Duke Energy

    Museum files complaint against Duke Energy

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE An attorney representing the International Civil Rights Museum (ICRM) in Greensboro has filed a

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