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Local performers breathing new life into acclaimed show

    Local performers breathing new life into acclaimed show

Triad residents Ron Jones and Andy Schlosberg are using their comedic talents to tackle a societal issue that is anything but funny – prejudice. Jones, an Emmy winning actor and Winston-Salem

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The Greatest Generation

    The Greatest Generation

In Winston-Salem, like in countless cities across the South during the Jim Crow era, black students fought against the odds to get a sound education. Educators of the 1960s and

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High school athletes shine

    High school athletes shine

The R.J. Reynolds High School team of Jack Riazzi and Paul Yamane earned the doubles title Saturday morning in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A men’s tennis

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Sprinter Sessoms runs among state’s best

    Sprinter Sessoms runs among state’s best

Prior to the start of the outdoor track season, sprinter Brian Sessoms Jr. was an unknown commodity. But with two

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Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

    Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

Building social capital – or community connections and friendships across lines of race, class and neighborhood boundaries – is especially

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Spartans earn All-SoCon honors

    Spartans earn All-SoCon honors

UNCG Freshmen Lydia Saina earned All-Southern Conference honors to lead three Spartans to All-Freshman accolades in day two of the

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Dallas’ first black DA shares innovative approach to crime fighting

    Dallas’ first black DA shares innovative approach to crime fighting

Craig Wakins made history in 2006 when he became the first African American in Texas history to be elected as

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Race and the Legacy of Chavez

    Race and the Legacy of Chavez

In January 2004, as the president of TransAfrica Forum, I had the honor of leading the first African American delegation

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Editorial: Criticism of President still taboo

    Editorial: Criticism of President  still taboo

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright has been called a pastor’s pastor, a preaching master who’s like the opposite of March: comes

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