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City Council to vote on anti-HB 2 resolution

    City Council to vote on anti-HB 2 resolution

Photo by Todd Luck City Council Member Derwin Montgomery speaks as fellow council members Robert Clark and Dan Besse look on during the the general government committee meeting. BY TODD

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200 protest, learn about HB 2 in W-S

    200 protest, learn about HB 2 in W-S

Photo by Tevin Stinson Criminal defense attorney David Freedman discusses a court case during a protest held at Green Street United Methodist Church on Monday, April 11 BY TEVIN STINSON 

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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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A Place at the Table

    A Place at the Table

(pictured above: Family members touch Michael Brown’s copper-top vault during his burial at St. Peter’s Cemetery in Normandy, Mo.) Ministers want to engage community in talks about Ferguson and other topics

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Silence Speaks 1,000 Words

    Silence Speaks 1,000 Words

Protestors take stand over state education cuts (pictured above:  Protesters stand silently holding signs outside the Forsyth County Government Building.)

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Editorial: Deals with Devils?

    Editorial: Deals with Devils?

When the Koch Foundation gave the United Negro College Fund $25 million, it set off a maelstrom of comments in

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A Call for Legislative Morality

    A Call for Legislative Morality

(pictured above:  Local Moral Monday attendees (front row, from left): Oriana McConnell, Rev. C. Anthony Jones, Marina Skinner, Peggy Weir,

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City’s second black police chief takes oath

    City’s second black police chief takes oath

Barry Rountree, the city’s first black male police chief, was sworn-in Sunday at City Hall. Rountree, a Winston-Salem State University

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No Ways Tired

    No Ways Tired

NAACP tour aims to recruit more warriors for justice The spirit of protest was alive and well when the N.C. NAACP’s

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New Century, Same Cause

    New Century, Same Cause

Marchers stand for voting rights Local residents took a page from the 1960s Sunday, taking to downtown streets for a

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