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Faith institutions encouraged to celebrate NAACP Sunday

    Faith institutions encouraged to celebrate NAACP Sunday

In Photo: Ike Howard and Linda Sutton Special to The Chronicle All across the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County community, faith institutions will be celebrating NAACP Sunday on Nov.22.  This day was set aside to

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Commentary: Act to end poverty now, as Dr. King wanted

    Commentary: Act to end poverty now, as Dr. King wanted

In photo: Marian Wright Edelman By Marian Wright Edelman “There is nothing new about poverty. What is new, however, is that we now have the resources to get rid of it.”

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Barber decries laws passed in the name of God

    Barber decries laws passed in the name of God

(pictured above:  Dr. Barber greets those who listened to his sermon.) “The Necessity of Moral Dissent in Times Like These” – the theme of Rev. Dr. William J. Barber’s message

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Saying Goodbye

    Saying Goodbye

Dr. Maya Angelou’s home church celebrates her life (pictured above:  Maya Angelou’s grandson, Colin Johnson, speaks. Sitting behind him are (from left) Sheila Alick, Mayor Pro Temp Vivian Burke, Mayor

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4th Circuit judge visits Wake Law

    4th Circuit judge visits Wake Law

Andre Davis candidly talks race, law and more (pictured above: Gregory Parks chats up Judge Andre Davis (right).) As part of Wake

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Thank You, Chronicle To the Editor: As we reflect back on 2013 and resolve to do better in 2014, it’s

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Lucas among N.C. Award honorees

    Lucas among N.C. Award honorees

John Harding Lucas will receive the North Carolina Award for Public Service later this month. Lucas, 93, has earned the

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Conference to focus on post March progress

    Conference to focus on post March progress

UNCG’s 23rd Annual Conference on African American Culture and Experience (CACE) will focus on the theme “The March on Washington

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Broadway legend is a fighter for justice

    Broadway legend is a fighter for justice

National Black Theatre Festival Celebrity Co-Chair Tonya Pinkins is passionate about her craft, as is evidenced by the host of

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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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