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Professor’s story proof that all is possible

    Professor’s story proof that all is possible

Dr. Nkrumah Lewis, a Winston-Salem State University professor and author of “Becoming a Butterfly: From Prison to Ph.D.,” shared lessons from the School of Hard Knocks and the wisdom of

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Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

    Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

Building social capital – or community connections and friendships across lines of race, class and neighborhood boundaries – is especially essential for those who are economically marginalized. Dr. James Johnson,

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A Good Reason to Dance

    A Good Reason to Dance

Annual dance off provides much more than entertainment Celebrity dancers quite literally went toe-to-toe April 25 at the finale of the Take the Lead Winston-Salem. Take the Lead models itself

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Residents increase social capital by dancing

    Residents increase  social capital by  dancing

An ECHO Network Team recently held “Community Dance Connections” as its culminating community project. Held at the Gateway YWCA, the event featured three sections of dance instruction: Latin, hip-hop and

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Organization of the Year: Black Philanthropy Initiative

Organization of the Year Historically, African Americans have always opened their hearts, homes and wallets to help friends, family members

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Incubator space seeks finanical help

    Incubator space seeks finanical help

The Winston-Salem Center for Education and the Arts’ The John 3:16 Building on West Sixth Street is receiving growing financial

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Plethora of community servants to be honored

    Plethora of community servants to be honored

Nineteen plaques will be handed out Saturday, March 23 at The Chronicle’s 28th Annual Community Service Gala. Accepting them will

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Series delves into city’s past and present

    Series delves into  city’s past and present

The New Winston Museum is presenting its free bi-monthly Salon Series through June. The series features a broad range of

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Black history display to benefit church’s food pantry

    Black history display to benefit church’s food pantry

The Thankful Heritage Black History Museum will celebrate its 20th anniversary on Feb. 9 with an exhibit and special presentation

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