Tag "African American"

Commentary: Blacks in the military: We must defend those who defend us

    Commentary: Blacks in the military: We must defend those who defend us

By Ben Crump The military is one of our nation’s most revered and essential institutions, filled with courageous men and women who willingly sacrifice so much for our nation’s greater

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EXCLUSIVE: Wilmington pastor stands strong against racist letter

    EXCLUSIVE: Wilmington pastor stands strong against racist letter

    WILMINGTON — A Wilmington pastor has expressed concern about security at her church in the aftermath of receiving a that referred to impoverished African-American communities as “Nigger town…”

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Commentary: Black women will show the way forward in 2018

    Commentary: Black women will show the way forward in 2018

By Monica Simpson There is a reckoning afoot in this country. On one side, Trump has emboldened and embodied a virulent and reckless hate that targets women, Black people, and

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NAACP chief promotes black businesses

    NAACP chief promotes black businesses

During its first meeting of the new year, the Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce invited the leaders of two of the most influential organizations in the city to discuss their

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African-American literature comes to Prep

    African-American literature comes to Prep

Seniors at Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy (WSPA) have the opportunity to take an English course that is unlike anything else being

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Winston-Salem native Jackeè coming home for play

    Winston-Salem native Jackeè coming home for play

By Busta Brown The Chronicle Winston-Salem’s own Jackeè Harry is coming home this Saturday, Nov. 4,  at 8 p.m. at

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Restoring black cemeteries gains attention

    Restoring black cemeteries gains attention

The challenges of restoring African-American cemeteries that have fallen into disrepair was discussed at a program at Delta Arts Center last Thursday.

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Scholars program looks to expand

    Scholars program looks to expand

Crosby Scholars Community Partnership is looking to expand a program that helps African-American males reach their full potential.

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Local church brings in first African-American preacher

    Local church brings in first African-American preacher

Burkhead United Methodist Church, 5250 Silas Creek Parkway, has a new senior pastor. The predominately white congregation welcomed their first African-American pastor, the Rev. Dr. Carl Manuel Jr. recently.

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Minority Business Expo draws large crowd

    Minority Business Expo draws large crowd

Entrepreneurs, celebrity guest, and hundreds of supporters came together for the fourth annual Triad Minority Business Expo last weekend.

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