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Continuing the conversation

    Continuing the conversation

For the second time this school year, students from area high schools came together last week to discuss the state of race relations in area schools at Parkland High School.

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Attallah and IIyasah Shabazz speak about Malcolm X and Dr. King at Wait Chapel

    Attallah and IIyasah Shabazz speak about Malcolm X and Dr. King at Wait Chapel

Photo by Tevin Stinson The daughters of Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz sat down with WFU professor Michele Gillespie to discuss the connection between their father and Dr. King on

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Victoria Christopher Murray will hold book signing in Winston-Salem for ‘Stand Your Ground’

    Victoria Christopher Murray will hold book signing in Winston-Salem for ‘Stand Your Ground’

In photo above: Victoria Christopher Murray (Submitted photo) Best selling and award-winning author Victoria Christopher Murray will have a book signing for her new novel “Stand Your Ground” in Winston-Salem

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Editorial: Post MLK Day: Where do we go from here?

    Editorial: Post MLK Day: Where do we go from here?

The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday has come and gone. The special service days are history, too, as well as the special programs. However, at least one program on MLK

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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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Legal professionals chosen as ‘Young Dreamers’

    Legal professionals chosen as ‘Young Dreamers’

The City of Winston-Salem presented its latest Martin Luther King Jr. Young Dreamers awards last week to attorneys Valene Franco

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Authoring Action’s annual Retrospective coming to SECCA

    Authoring Action’s annual  Retrospective coming to SECCA

(pictured above:  Authoring Action co-founder Nathan Ross Freeman poses with some of the program’s young participants in 2012.) The teen

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Homegrown talent to screen films

    Homegrown talent to screen films

Winston-Salem native Fay Hauser-Price will screen two of her short films during the National Black Theatre Festival’s film festival. Hauser-Price

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