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City encourages employers to ‘Ban the Box’

    City encourages employers to ‘Ban the Box’

The Winston-Salem City Council will vote Monday, Nov. 20, on a resolution encouraging businesses to “Ban the Box”.

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Urban League official speaks about Ferguson

    Urban League official speaks about Ferguson

Last weekend the Urban League took a moment to reflect on past accomplishments and recognize others in the community who make Winston-Salem a better place.

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Prayer and worship precede historic trial, Moral Monday activities

    Prayer and worship precede historic trial, Moral Monday activities

In above photo:  Winston-Salem officials attended the Voting Rights Ecumenical Service on Sunday, July 12, including, Mayor Allen Joines, in the middle, front row; Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke is next

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Ferguson outrage hits home

    Ferguson outrage hits home

Local leaders dismayed and encouraged to fight for change ( Rev. Willard Bass speaks as S. Wayne Patterson stands at his side.) Local leaders have joined the chorus of voices condemning

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HBCU alumni honored

    HBCU alumni honored

(pictured above:  Cheryl Harry presents a medallion to honoree Fisk President H. James Williams.) A local company that sells a

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Opening Day

Public gets first look at Liberty Street Market With 25 years of retail experience under her belt, Lynette Fitzgerald could

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CDC won’t run Liberty market

    CDC won’t run Liberty market

(pictured above: This market for farmers and other vendors is slated to open soon.) The outdoor Liberty Street Vendors’ Market will

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The New ESR

    The New ESR

(pictured above: Ribbon cutters (left to right) Larry Herzberg, Fred Bazemore, Vivian Burke, DD Adams, Twanna Wellman-Roebuck, Dell James, Dr. Frank

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Saying Goodbye

    Saying Goodbye

Dr. Maya Angelou’s home church celebrates her life (pictured above:  Maya Angelou’s grandson, Colin Johnson, speaks. Sitting behind him are

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Extirpating Racism

    Extirpating Racism

Personal stories highlight YWCA initiative (pictured above: Gateway YWCA Board Member LaShonda Hairston speaks on the history of the Historic Oak Grove

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