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God’s Acre Easter service is a sight to see

    God’s Acre Easter service is a sight to see

The longest running Easter sunrise service in the nation will greet the dawn with brass bands, songs and prayer on Sunday, April 20 beginning at 6 a.m. at God’s Acre

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United in Faith

    United in Faith

Festival brings together Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and others On Sunday, area youth and their families were afforded a rare opportunity to explore the religions of the world. Nearly 200

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Film, discussion probe dangers of down-home goodness

    Film, discussion probe dangers of down-home goodness

The triumphs and pitfalls of Soul Food were explored during the screening of an award winning documentary at The Enterprise Center Tuesday. More than 50 community members were on hand

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Juneteenth luncheon to honor locals

    Juneteenth luncheon to honor locals

John W. Franklin, senior program manager of Community and Constituent Programs at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, will speak at a Juneteenth luncheon at Old Salem

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Festival explores links between blacks and Native Americans

    Festival explores links between blacks and Native Americans

Hashim Saleh has dedicated much of his life to the celebration of African culture through his Otesha Creative Arts Ensemble,

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