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Editorial – November announcements bring good news for women

    Editorial – November announcements bring good  news for women

In the last few days, announcements about projects concerning women have come from the White House and Wake Forest University and The Women’s Fund in Winston-Salem. The announcements show that

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Commentary: Why the Affordable Care Act matters to African-Americans

    Commentary: Why the Affordable Care Act matters to African-Americans

Above: Valerie Jarrett, left, and  and Sylvia M. Burwell By Valerie Jarrett and Sylvia M. Burwell When Astrid Muhammad heard her phone ring on Friday, Jan. 16, the last thing she

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Editorial: Nation of Immigrants

    Editorial: Nation of Immigrants

(pictured above:  New citizens take part in the local naturalization ceremony on July 4.) Old Salem’s Independence Day naturalization ceremony was one of many that took place last Friday, on

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‘Goodnight, Sweet Princess’

    ‘Goodnight, Sweet Princess’

(pictured above: First Lady Michelle Obama speaks.) Around the nation and across the world, she was known and praised as an icon – a woman who demonstrated the best of humanity

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Culinary scholar to headline Old Salem fundraiser 

    Culinary scholar to headline Old Salem fundraiser 

“American Perspectives featuring Adrian Miller: Black Chefs in the White House” will be held on Saturday, Feb. 15 at Old

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Making it Official

    Making it Official

Mel Watt is sworn in Monday in Washington, D.C. as head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency by Transportation Secretary

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Editorial: Common Core, White Power

    Editorial: Common Core, White Power

Parents have been advised to expect their kids to bring home lower End-of-Course (EOC) and End-of-Grade (EOG) scores when they

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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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‘Scandal’ inspiration speaking at NCCU

The real-life Olivia Pope is coming to North Carolina Central University. Judy Smith, the crisis-management expert who is the inspiration

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Hagan and Freedom

    Hagan and  Freedom

Some are suggesting that Sen. Kay Hagan is avoiding President Obama’s policies and staying clear of the man himself in

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