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Documentary sheds light on Kalvin Smith’s conviction

    Documentary sheds light on Kalvin Smith’s conviction

Entitled “Ordinary Injustice,” the film documents the mishandling of Smith’s case, who is serving a 29-year sentence for the brutal assault of Jill Marker at the Silk Plant Forest store in December of 1977 that left her with brain damage.

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Commentary: Mr. Cooper, end your obstruction of justice

    Commentary: Mr. Cooper, end your obstruction of justice

Virginia Parnell/Jet Hollander Guest Columnists We, the Silk Plant Forest Truth Committee and Concerned Students, call on North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper to end his consistent, knee-jerk reactions that

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Cooper’s spokesperson misleads public with statement

    Cooper’s spokesperson misleads public with statement

Roy Cooper By Concerned Students for Kalvin Michael Smith On Thursday, Feb. 18, we brought students together from Wake Forest University, Winston Salem State University, and Salem College to do

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Questions surround AG’s office

    Questions surround AG’s office

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle The former FBI assistant director who reviewed the Winston-Salem Police investigation of Kalvin Michael Smith, ultimately calling it “one of the sloppiest …”  he’d

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Students to rally for Kalvin M. Smith case

    Students to rally for Kalvin M. Smith case

Above: Kalvin Michael Smith BY CASH MICHAELS FOR THE CHRONICLE Students from Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), Wake Forest University and Salem

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Supporters continue fight for Kalvin Michael Smith

    Supporters continue fight for Kalvin Michael Smith

Supporters of Kalvin Michael Smith have formed a website: www.freekalvinnow.org.  By Todd Luck The Chronicle As another appeal was filed in

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Habari Gani?

    Habari Gani?

Kwanzaa kick-off echoes calls to value black life (pictured above: Zen Sadler (center) helps Don Williams and Patricia Sadler light the

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Editorial: Cooper Does Not Deserve Our Vote

    Editorial: Cooper Does Not  Deserve Our Vote

(pictured above:  Kalvin Michael Smith’s dad, August Dark, hugs Darryl Hunt as Larry Little looks on from nearby.) It is

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Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

    Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

(pictured above:  August Dark, Kalvin Michael Smith’s father, speaks to supporters at Lloyd Presbyterian Church.) For Darryl Hunt, Sept. 11

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Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

    Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

The heat has been on local African American elected officials – particularly those on the City Council and Forsyth County

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