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Sit-in movement focus of school’s Read-in

    Sit-in movement focus of school’s Read-in

On Friday Feb. 8, students at Diggs-Latham Elementary School gathered in the gym for a “Read-In” event to commemorate the “Sit-In Movement” from the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. Guests from the Anderson

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Watt awarded Human Rights Medal

    Watt awarded  Human Rights Medal

U.S. Rep. Melvin L. “Mel” Watt received the 2013 North Carolina A&T State University Human Rights Medal on Feb. 1 during the school’s 53rd Sit-In Anniversary Breakfast. Watt, 67, was

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McMillan, Bell named Young Dreamers

    McMillan, Bell named  Young Dreamers

Reynita Marcia McMillan, 22, and Kismet Loftin Bell, 31, have received 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Young Dreamers Awards from the Winston-Salem City Council and the Human Relations Commission. The

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Acclaimed choir coming to town

    Acclaimed choir coming to town

The Watoto Children’s Choir will perform in Winston-Salem as part of its tour of the eastern United States. The local show will be on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 7 p.m.

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Annual MLK Breakfast to Offer Much More Praise

    Annual MLK Breakfast to Offer Much More Praise

  This year’s Chronicle Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast will take a sharp detour from past events. Chronicle

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Tour asks for R.E.S.P.E.C.T. for President Obama

    Tour asks for R.E.S.P.E.C.T.  for President Obama

“Stop Disrespecting My President!” 1911 United, a Washington, D.C.-based Super PAC (Political Action Committee) founded by members of Kappa Alpha

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Soldiers welcomed back as heroes

    Soldiers welcomed back as heroes

The North Carolina National Guard’s 113th Sustainment Brigade returned to North Carolina on Saturday, Oct. 27. Friends, family and fellow

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Pastor to rock Gospel Fest stage

    Pastor to rock Gospel Fest stage

Grosjean L. Stephens, pastor of Cornerstone of Faith Ministries, will be among the performers at Gospel Fest at the Dixie

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Watt loses many Forsyth constituents

    Watt loses many Forsyth constituents

Forsyth County residents who thought they were being represented in Washington, D.C. by U.S. Rep. Mel Watt may get a

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QEA leader opens new school

    QEA leader opens new  school

The man behind the success of Winston-Salem’s Quality Education Academy (QEA) is putting his weight behind  another charter school. The

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