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Humanitarian response team heads to eastern N.C.

    Humanitarian response team heads to eastern N.C.

The coalition of volunteers, comprised from several organizations from around the city, departed from the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, Oct. 21.  The group will provide relief for

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Incident involving Winston-Salem student and school resource officer sparks outrage

    Incident involving Winston-Salem student and school resource officer sparks outrage

By Tevin Stinson and Timothy Ramsey The Chronicle During the monthly public safety news conference held this morning, Oct. 10, Winston-Salem Police Chief Catrina Thompson released a statement on a

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Mayor meets with ministers to discuss bond referendums

    Mayor meets with ministers to discuss bond referendums

Last week, Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines visited with the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) to discuss the proposed bonds and the projects they will fund. The mayor came

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Hurricane Harvey volunteers from Winston-Salem convene to celebrate outcomes

    Hurricane Harvey volunteers from Winston-Salem convene to celebrate outcomes

Volunteers who traveled to Houston for relief efforts of Hurricane Harvey gathered together Monday night a First Presbyterian Church for a night of reflection. The event sought to inform the

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Conference meets with cabinet from school system

    Conference meets with cabinet from school system

The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) has never shied away from issues concerning the community.  Last week they

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Commentary: Devaluation of properties is driven by racism

    Commentary: Devaluation of properties is driven by racism

The Board of Equalization’s (BOE) unwillingness to even consider a process that would not unfairly or adversely affect minority communities so negatively is tantamount to former [Alabama] Gov. George Wallace’s words at his 1963 inauguration speech: “Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.”

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2018 MLK Jr. Day Breakfast provides call to action

    2018 MLK Jr. Day Breakfast provides call to action

“We need to speak out,” said Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Prayer Breakfast on Dr. King’s actual birthday and the celebrated holiday, on Monday, Jan. 15. The Chronicle and the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity sponsored the event.

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Children lead the way during march

    Children lead the way during march

More than 100 people put on their walking shoes and marched through the streets of downtown Winston-Salem in honor of the civil rights icon.

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Faith community gets education on security

    Faith community gets education on security

On Saturday, Jan. 13, Bobby Kimbrough, a former federal agent for the U.S. government, recently shared his knowledge of security with local faith leaders.

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Ministers’ Conference to raise funds for MLK scholarships

    Ministers’ Conference to raise funds for MLK scholarships

Each year, the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) awards scholarships to local high school seniors to assist them with their needs.

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