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Building trust with ‘constructive dialogue’

    Building trust with ‘constructive dialogue’

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Last week local college students sat down with law enforcement officers to openly discuss ways to build trust on campus and

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County considering raises for sheriff’s deputies and detention officers

    County considering raises for sheriff’s deputies and detention officers

By Todd Luck The Chronicle Forsyth County commissioners may soon consider giving sheriff’s deputies and detention officers a raise to help with recruitment challenges. The starting pay for a sheriff’s

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Traffic stop bill gets support

    Traffic stop bill gets support

Reps. Hanes, Conrad back measure on how to deal with law enforcement  BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE A bill that, if enacted, would require the N.C. Division of Motor

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New HP commander seeks to build stronger ties

    New HP commander seeks to build stronger ties

McNeill has links to W-S area BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE If you personally knew the N.C. Highway Patrol’s first African-American commander, the late Col. Richard Holden Sr., then

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Final Urban League town hall tackles implicit bias

    Final Urban League town hall tackles implicit bias

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  When discussing the relationship between law enforcement and the African-American community,

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Column: How communities decide ‘enough is enough’

    Column: How communities decide ‘enough is enough’

Kimye N. Denni Guest Columnist Over the past days there has been peaceful protests and some rioting in response to

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Mothers of the Movement urge blacks to vote

    Mothers of the Movement urge blacks to vote

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE They are members of a dreaded club they say no one wants to join.

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‘Surviving the Stop’ aims to change the narrative of police-black community relations

    ‘Surviving the Stop’ aims to change the narrative of police-black community relations

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  At a place in time, where it seems like every day black men lose their

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Bridge over troubled waters

    Bridge over troubled waters

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  The Winston-Salem Urban League (WSUL) is looking to bridge the gap

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Jordan gives $2M, looks to build trust between blacks, cops

    Jordan gives $2M, looks to build trust between blacks, cops

BY STEVE REED  AP SPORTS WRITER CHARLOTTE (AP) – Michael Jordan finally spoke out on Monday about racial tensions in

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