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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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Green Street UMC declares: ‘Black and Brown Lives Matter’

    Green Street UMC declares:  ‘Black and Brown Lives Matter’

On Jan. 11, Green Street United Methodist Church, 639 S. Green St., held a congregational forum on the theme of “Racism and Privilege.” Green Street has been recognized by the

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Tearing Down the Wall

    Tearing Down the Wall

Panel weighs-in on eliminating racism (Rev. Dr. John Mendez is flanked by Cindy Gordineer and Mayor Allen Joines as he addresses the topic. Photos by Charles E. Leftwich Jr.) Racism was

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Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Question tackled at MLK Jr. Day breakfast

    Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Question tackled at MLK Jr. Day breakfast

In photo: Cindy Smith Gordineer, president and CEO of the United Way of Forsyth County, and Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines listen as Dr. John Mendez, a civil rights advocate and pastor

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The Barrier that Divides

    The Barrier that Divides

MLK Breakfast to tackle timely themes Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Ernie Pitt, publisher of The Chronicle, is presenting this question

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Editorial: Will Black Lives Still Matter in ’15?

    Editorial: Will Black Lives Still Matter in ’15?

“Hands Up,” “Black Lives Matter” and “I Can’t Breathe” have become ubiquitous, a rallying cry for legions disheartened and dismayed

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: White people feel targeted by the Ferguson protests — Welcome to our world

    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: White people feel targeted by the Ferguson protests — Welcome to our world

By Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for Time Distributed via NNPA In 1971, a riot broke out at the Attica Correctional Facility in New

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Editorial: Our Picks

    Editorial: Our Picks

Ever since President Obama was elected, the Republican Party and many white Americans have had to face their unresolved racism

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Controversial ‘wall’ removed

    Controversial ‘wall’ removed

(Above: The Tate’s ‘wall’ as it looked last week. Part of Wingz and Spirtz’s patio – with the black benches

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Editorial: ‘If They Are Black’

    Editorial: ‘If They Are Black’

The Reverend Dr. Darryl Aaron, our pastor at First Baptist Church, Highland Avenue, is black. He and his family live

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