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Community charged to use influence to uplift others

    Community charged to use  influence to uplift others

Community charged to use influence to uplift others

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‘Cling to King’s dream’

    ‘Cling to King’s dream’

20th annual Prayer Breakfast kicks off festivities for MLK Jr. Day

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Dozens participate in march honoring Martin Luther King Jr. 

    Dozens participate in march  honoring Martin Luther King Jr. 

People of all races, religions, and creeds came together and marched through the streets of downtown Winston-Salem on Monday morning in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Noon Hour Commemoration hits 40-year mark

    Noon Hour Commemoration hits 40-year mark

Noon Hour Commemoration hits 40-year mark

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Local rec center holds tournament for Dr. King Day

    Local rec center holds tournament for Dr. King Day

While most kids were enjoying a day off from school at home, the kids at the W.R. Anderson Community Center were enjoying some competitive fun, while learning more about why they have the day off from school.

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Let’s Talk Religion: We need another King-like figure

    Let’s Talk Religion: We need another King-like figure

Let’s Talk Religion: We need another King-like figure

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Rev. Dr. William Barber II believes that everyone has a right to live

    Rev. Dr. William Barber II believes that  everyone has a right to live

Through his Poor People’s Campaign, Dr. Barber is continuing to build a movement to overcome systemic racism, systemic poverty, ecological devastation, militarism of the budget, and the false moral narrative of white religious nationalism.

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Atkins High School senior wins $2,500 scholarship

    Atkins High School senior wins $2,500 scholarship

Adia Carter, a senior at Simon G. Atkins Academic and Technology High School, received the Dr. J. Ray Butler Memorial Scholarship in the 2020 Martin Luther King Social Action Committee (MLK-SAC) Oratorical competition Saturday, Jan. 18.

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Commentary: Honestly reflecting on Martin Luther King Jr. in the age of white lies

    Commentary: Honestly reflecting on Martin Luther King Jr. in the age of white lies

Commentary: Honestly reflecting on Martin Luther King Jr. in the age of white lies

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