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Dungy talks bottom-up leadership approach

    Dungy talks bottom-up leadership approach

(pictured above: Tony Dungy greets Wake Forest students during his visit to the campus last week.) Tony Dungy shared the trials and triumphs of his storied NFL coaching career at Wake

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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 Public Library is helping families preserve their most precious memories.

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Black Chamber’s second wind

    Black Chamber’s second wind

(pictured above: Montinique Cager poses with his wife, Pam at the recent mixer.) After a season of inactivity, The Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce wants to write new chapters. Once a

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Exhibit takes unique look at GTMO

    Exhibit takes unique look at GTMO

Public history master’s students at UNCG have uncovered a rich set of stories about the base featured in a new exhibition, “The Guantánamo Public Memory Project,” which opens today (Dec.

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Emmy goes to Bennett alumna

    Emmy goes to  Bennett alumna

“The Loving Story” took home the award for Outstanding Historical Programing (Long Form) at the 34th Annual News and Documentary

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The Human Touch

    The Human Touch

New WFU program will focus on training people-friendly docs Wake Forest University’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Pathway to Medicine Program aims to

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Cowan to headline Emancipation Proclamation program

    Cowan to headline Emancipation Proclamation program

Yadkin County native Maurice “Mo” Cowan, who served as a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, will address a regional conference celebrating

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Juneteenth luncheon to honor locals

    Juneteenth luncheon to honor locals

John W. Franklin, senior program manager of Community and Constituent Programs at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and

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Bakers, volunteers needed for Juneteenth Festival

    Bakers, volunteers needed for Juneteenth Festival

Plans are underway for the Ninth Annual Triad Juneteenth Africana Festival, which will be held Saturday, June 15 at the

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No Second-Class Families

    No Second-Class Families

African Americans have spent much of our history fighting for equal treatment. Just two generations ago, our parents and our

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