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Margaret Simms visits WSSU to expound on economic justice

    Margaret Simms visits WSSU to expound on economic justice

Simms BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Last week, Institute Fellow at the Urban Institute in Washington, D.C. Margaret C. Simms stopped by the campus of Winston-Salem State University to discuss

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Chavis: Racism still exists

    Chavis: Racism still exists

Photo by Tevin Stinson Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis delivers the keynote address during the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Breakfast Forum at the M.C. Benton Convention Center on

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Chipping away at wall of racism

    Chipping away at wall of racism

Photo by Tevin Stinson Hundreds of people filed into the Benton Convention Center on Monday, Jan. 18 for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast Forum. By Donna Rogers The

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Editorial: Be prepared to face 2015 issues into next year

    Editorial: Be prepared to face 2015 issues into next year

Tomorrow is the beginning of a new year in the 21st century. What could be hard to believe is that we have some of the same problems we had in

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Commentary – Stop the trivialization and preservation of slavery and racism

    Commentary – Stop the trivialization and preservation of slavery and racism

File Photo Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. – Guest Columnist As one of the co-founders of the evolving environmental justice

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Commentary: Church burnings should ignite more protests

    Commentary: Church burnings should ignite more protests

In above photo: Smoke rises from Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal church, early Wednesday, July 1, 2015, in Greeleyville, S.C. The

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Letters To The Editor: Medicaid, Voter ID and Social Awareness

    Letters To The Editor: Medicaid, Voter ID and Social Awareness

McCrory, N.C. officials, expand Medicaid now To the Editor: This morning [June 25], the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the

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Time will tell if furling the rebel flag means deeper change

    Time will tell if furling the rebel flag means deeper change

In photo above: State workers take down a Confederate national flag on the grounds of the state Capitol, Wednesday, June

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Hopes of peace before justice fall with riots

    Hopes of peace before justice fall with riots

(Above: AP Photo/Patrick Semansky- A man walks past a burning police vehicle, Monday, April 27, during unrest following the funeral

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Pastors discuss race at forum

    Pastors discuss race at forum

By Erin Mizelle, For The Chronicle On the night of Tuesday, March 10, in a building that perhaps many Winston-Salem residents

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