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Advocates prepare to appeal to lawmakers on behalf of older North Carolinians 

    Advocates prepare to appeal to lawmakers on behalf of older North Carolinians 

Dr. Althea Taylor-Jones joined other AARP advocates from Feb. 18-19 as they prepared to speak to state lawmakers about the specific needs of North Carolinians who are 50 and older. The

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4th Circuit judge visits Wake Law

    4th Circuit judge visits Wake Law

Andre Davis candidly talks race, law and more (pictured above: Gregory Parks chats up Judge Andre Davis (right).) As part of Wake Forest University School of Law’s Jurist-in-Residence program, Andre Davis, the

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Editorial: GOP setbacks & Urban League

    Editorial: GOP setbacks & Urban League

Editorial: GOP setbacks That private school voucher check isn’t quite yet in the mail. A Wake County Superior Court judge last week halted a law that would have provided thousands

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Harding: Stand up for what’s right!

    Harding: Stand up for what’s right!

(pictured above: Dr. Vincent Harding in conversation last week.) Wake Forest University invited author and civil rights legend Dr. Vincent Harding to campus last week to share pearls of wisdom

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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

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Editorial: School Board abandons public schools

    Editorial: School Board abandons public schools

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education won’t be among the scores of North Carolina school boards adding their names to

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Culinary scholar to headline Old Salem fundraiser 

    Culinary scholar to headline Old Salem fundraiser 

“American Perspectives featuring Adrian Miller: Black Chefs in the White House” will be held on Saturday, Feb. 15 at Old

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WSSU’s wallet-friendly online program garners national attention

    WSSU’s wallet-friendly online  program garners national attention

Winston-Salem State University’s online nursing degree has been ranked among the most affordable in the nation by OnlineU.org, a new

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Black Chamber’s second wind

    Black Chamber’s second wind

(pictured above: Montinique Cager poses with his wife, Pam at the recent mixer.) After a season of inactivity, The Winston-Salem Black

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Former legislator running for governor

    Former legislator running for governor

Ken Spaulding, a former state legislator and Durham attorney, has already announced his intention to run for governor in 2016.

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