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Women’s Fund awards nearly $157,000 in grants

    Women’s Fund awards nearly $157,000 in grants

The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem awarded $156,861 in grants to 12 organizations and programs who aim to address economic security for women and girls.

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New artistic director looks to widen audience base with productions based on faith and illness

    New artistic director looks to widen audience base with productions based on faith and illness

Just days following an announcement from the North Carolina Black Repertory Company (NCBRC) appointing Jackie Alexander as their new artistic director, the first professional black theatre company in the state

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Adams’ HBCU financing bill passes U.S. House

    Adams’ HBCU financing bill passes U.S. House

Measure is headed to Senate At a place in time that most news reports on historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) seem to be negative, last week predominantly black institutions

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Acree leaves Urban League board

    Acree leaves Urban League board

Changes announced during first annual meeting under CEO James Perry BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE  The evening was bittersweet during the Winston-Salem Urban League’s annual meeting held inside the Novant

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Nearly 100 help honor community leaders

    Nearly 100 help honor community leaders

Photos by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE For the last five years, Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN) has

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Legend Moses ‘Mo’ Lucas dies

    Legend Moses ‘Mo’ Lucas dies

On Tuesday, June 21, just 48 hours after the annual Father’s Day parade and cookout dedicated to him, Moses “Mo” Lucas, 89, passed away.

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More than 1,000 celebrate Mo Lucas on Father’s Day

    More than 1,000 celebrate Mo Lucas on Father’s Day

More than 1,000 people from near and far filled the streets of downtown Winston-Salem in support of the Annual Moses “Mo” Lucas Father’s Day Parade and Cookout.

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‘We have to change the way that we do things’’

    ‘We have to change the way that we do things’’

Last Saturday, the annual Juneteenth Festival took a new twist.

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Luncheon features community leaders

    Luncheon features community leaders

Two outstanding community leaders were honored for their contributions to the city of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County last Thursday during the Juneteenth Luncheon held at the Old Salem Visitor Center.

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Local organization honors male mentors

Just one day before Father’s Day, My Brother’s Second Chance (MBSC), a local non-profit organization, held a brunch on the campus of Winston-Salem State University to celebrate those who volunteer as mentors for young boys in the community.

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