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Advocates: Give us action

    Advocates: Give us action

More than two dozen citizens rallied outside the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Education Building earlier this week demanding action be taken immediately at Ashley Academy for Cultural & Global Studies. 

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Potential mold issue at Ashley is discussed

    Potential mold issue at Ashley is discussed

The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity, and the NAACP recently held a meeting to discuss the potential mold issue at Ashley Elementary.

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Rally honors the legacy of King

    Rally honors the legacy of King

To commemorate Dr. King’s legacy of championing working people’s rights, a rally was held in his honor at Winston Square.

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‘March for Our Lives’ set for March 24

    ‘March for Our Lives’ set for March 24

On Saturday, March 24, students, teachers, parents, and activists across the country will join students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who have organized a nationwide demonstration called “March for Our Lives.”

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Keeping it fresh in Winston-Salem

    Keeping it fresh in Winston-Salem

The Business of the Month for March 2018 is The Village Produce and Country Store.

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Children lead the way during march

    Children lead the way during march

More than 100 people put on their walking shoes and marched through the streets of downtown Winston-Salem in honor of the civil rights icon.

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Faith community gets education on security

    Faith community gets education on security

On Saturday, Jan. 13, Bobby Kimbrough, a former federal agent for the U.S. government, recently shared his knowledge of security with local faith leaders.

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Church security becoming a priority for many

    Church security becoming a priority for many

Former federal agent Bobby Kimbrough will hold a security workshop for churches on Saturday, Dec. 9 at Greater Church, 5095 Lansing Drive, from 9 a.m.

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Local NAACP connects with community

    Local NAACP connects with community

When Rev. Alvin Carlisle took the reins of the Winston-Salem NAACP Branch late last year, he vowed to build a

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Deja vu: March pushes voting rights

    Deja vu: March pushes voting rights

U.S. citizens marching to gain their voting rights: This scene from the 1960s is repeating itself in 2015. In the

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