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Editorial: Origins of Freedom

    Editorial: Origins of Freedom

Independence and Freedom. What’s the difference? Simple – because you are independent, are you free? Are you free to command your own self-worthiness and proclaim who you really are? Are you

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‘Goodnight, Sweet Princess’

    ‘Goodnight, Sweet Princess’

(pictured above: First Lady Michelle Obama speaks.) Around the nation and across the world, she was known and praised as an icon – a woman who demonstrated the best of humanity

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Thank-you To the Editor: The Chronicle’s 29th Community Awards Banquet on Saturday, March 22 was an outstanding event of which the Winston-Salem office of Legal Aid of North Carolina felt

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Verdict stirs emotions of locals

    Verdict stirs emotions of locals

The trial of the killer of yet another black teenager in Florida has again awakened a national conversation about race and the criminal justice system. Following a verbal altercation over

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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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Salem College joins Noonhour tradition

    Salem College joins Noonhour tradition

(pictured above: Head Coach Anita Howard (front row, second from right) and Salem faculty members pose with the Salem College basketball

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Jealous decries nation’s culture of incarceration

    Jealous decries nation’s culture of incarceration

(pictured above: Ben Jealous delivers his address.) Like a plane that is rapidly losing altitude, America will fall if her people

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Editorial: Governor’s Delusion

    Editorial: Governor’s Delusion

Pat McCrory is coming to town. The Forsyth County Republican Women have announced that our first-term governor will speak at

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A murder transforms woman into criminal justice reformer

    A murder transforms woman into criminal justice reformer

It was a 2 a.m. phone call in 2003 that shattered Therese Bartholomew’s life. It would be years before the

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Editorial: Common Core, White Power

    Editorial: Common Core, White Power

Parents have been advised to expect their kids to bring home lower End-of-Course (EOC) and End-of-Grade (EOG) scores when they

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