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A Day Fit for King

    A Day Fit for King

Chronicle breakfast kicks-off MLK Day events on Monday The Chronicle will be kicking the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday off in style this year. Close to 1,000 attendees are expected

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War on Kwanzaa?

    War on Kwanzaa?

Hundreds of local residents attended Kwanzaa celebrations this week and last week at several venues throughout the city. Folks danced, laughed, fellowshipped and positively reflected on the tumultuous road African

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Slavery Reawakened

    Slavery Reawakened

(pictured above:  “Ebony and Ivy” book author and MIT history professor, Craig Steven Wilder) Seven score and 10 years ago, in 1863, President Abraham Lincoln returned to Washington from Gettysburg, Penn. after

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Goler celebrates rich AME Zion legacy

Goler Memorial AME Zion Church, 630 North Patterson Ave., celebrated its legacy as a “Freedom Church” last month during a special service that featured State Sen. Earline Parmon and Jerry

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Editoral: Kanye and Palin

    Editoral: Kanye and Palin

At the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition’s fall fundraiser in Des Moines last weekend, former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin

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Editorial: Uncle Ben?

    Editorial: Uncle Ben?

Dr. Ben Carson became the darling of conservatives earlier this year by stridently attacking the Affordable Care Act with President

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Author to discuss landmark work at Winston-Salem State

    Author to discuss landmark work at Winston-Salem State

Dr. Trevor Getz, author of the critically acclaimed “Abina and the Important Men,” will speak at Winston-Salem State University on

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Django: Part Blaxploitation, All Genius

    Django: Part Blaxploitation, All Genius

When I settled in to see “Django Unchained” recently, I was already pretty cynical because over the years I have

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Guns, not the Klan, are the real threat

    Guns, not the Klan, are the real threat

Chicago suffers unbearable levels of gun violence, yet the victims remain largely silent. They travel from funeral home to graveyard,

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