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WSPD: KKK did not apply for march permit in Winston-Salem

    WSPD: KKK did not apply for march permit in Winston-Salem

To this date the Winston-Salem Police Department has received no requests from or issued any permits to the KKK.

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Students march to end hunger 

    Students march to end hunger 

Participants at local Freedom Schools join National Day of Social Action Every day in North Carolina more than 600,000 children go without eating a proper meal. Last week children across

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Commentary: 5 Steps in the march to civil rights

    Commentary: 5 Steps in the march to civil rights

Jason Leclerc Guest Columnist Whether patriots disguised as “Indians” or heirs of [Crispus] Attucks at a Woolworth’s lunch counter or drag goddesses marching down Fifth Avenue, the power of disruption

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Deja vu: March pushes voting rights

    Deja vu: March pushes voting rights

U.S. citizens marching to gain their voting rights: This scene from the 1960s is repeating itself in 2015. In the 1960s, the face on the push for those rights was

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Justice-seekers unrelenting

    Justice-seekers unrelenting

(pictured above: Protestors raise their hands during last week’s rally.) Locals disheartened by decisions not to charge white police officers in

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Group: Hospitals should pay more

    Group: Hospitals should pay more

Meshon Payton, a fast food eatery employee, traveled from Durham to Winston-Salem Tuesday to march with a small group of

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IFB employees sign-up as eye donors

    IFB employees sign-up as eye donors

(pictured above:  IFB Employee Tameka Monroe speaks with the Eye Bank’s Dean Vavra and Katie Hall. (Below) IFB Employee Demarius Bowens

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DCCC to host health careers job fair

    DCCC to host health careers job fair

The Davie Campus of Davidson County Community College, in partnership with the Piedmont Triad Regional Council, will host a spring

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Editorial: Civil Rights challenges remain

    Editorial: Civil Rights challenges remain

Black History Month is a time to honor the contributions African-Americans have made to our nation and our state, and,

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Love in a Jar

    Love in a Jar

Project aims to spread kindness about “Find a jar and be inspired.” That is what Winston-Salem resident Megan North Shuford

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