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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 movement that was beginning to gain momentum. In 1981, during

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EDITORIAL: Lose “Redskins” name

    EDITORIAL: Lose “Redskins” name

I cannot let a football season open without raising the question of the names of sports teams generally and the Washington “Redskins” in particular.  I continue to be absolutely amazed

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Musical Appeal

    Musical Appeal

Carver Band seeking public’s help What began with a single donation has evolved into a community-wide movement to support Carver High School’s marching band. Former Planters/Lifesavers executive John Polychron donated

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Museum talk to focus on Local 22

    Museum talk to focus on Local 22

The New Winston Museum, 713 S. Marshall St., will host “Standing Up — The Rise of Local 22,” a discussion about the city’s landmark union, on Thursday, Sept. 26 at

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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

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FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

    FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

Forsyth County Day School eighth graders took a trip to Greensboro on April 26 to visit the International Civil Rights

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No Second-Class Families

    No Second-Class Families

African Americans have spent much of our history fighting for equal treatment. Just two generations ago, our parents and our

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100 years later

    100 years later

Winston-Salem is holding a big birthday party this weekend. It was 100 years ago that the towns of Winston and

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For Seniors Only! Senior Spotlight – Theresa McCullough

    For Seniors Only!  Senior Spotlight – Theresa McCullough

Name (nicknames)? Theresa Segers McCullough (“Tee” or “Resa”) When and where were you born? April 19, 1932 in Lancaster, South Carolina, then

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Eyewitness to History

    Eyewitness to History

When it comes to the integration of the University of Mississippi, Winston-Salem State University Professor Dr. Robert Herring III  is

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