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A Look Back at Parkland High School

    A Look Back at Parkland High School

Submitted photo Norma Corley’s picture from high school yearbook. BY NORMA CORLEY SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE It was the best of times and the worst of times! High school generated

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Looking back at East Winston

    Looking back at East Winston

A mural featuring East Ward land-marks and notable residents was unveiled Nov. 11, 2015. The mural, located on the side of the 14th Street Discount store, features historical locations and local

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Noted band directors honored

    Noted band directors honored

(pictured above: Submitted Photo Rudolph Boone plays the trumpet with the band during his service in the Army.) The band rooms at local historically black high schools may soon bear the

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Memories of Meharry

    Memories of Meharry

Local retired health professionals fondly recall black med school Photos by Todd Luck.  Moderator Linda Dark stands as panelist Dr. Harvey Allen Sr. speaks. Beside him is Treva Oglesby. Seated

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Historic school moved in preparation for restoration

    Historic school moved in preparation for restoration

(pictured above:  The Neely School is moved to its new location.) Deep in the woods of Neelytown in Rowan County,

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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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Riverrun starts April 4

    Riverrun starts April 4

Black faces will be prominent in several of the offerings in the upcoming RiverRun International Film Festival, which will be

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‘Separate but Equal’ Winston-Salem recalled

    ‘Separate but Equal’  Winston-Salem recalled

(pictured above: Dr. English Bradshaw speaks during the recent discussion as Linda Dark sits by his side.) Though it is largely

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Ministers give residents a lot to ponder

    Ministers give residents a lot to ponder

(pictured above: Marchers make their way down the Anderson Center.) The Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity vowed to continue to

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Remembering Mandela To the Editor: During my Bishop College days, I first heard of apartheid and the Free Nelson Mandela

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