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    The Chronicle has this contest for you. Answer all the questions on page 13 in the Black History Month special publication, and you could win a $25 gift card to

    The post Do you know …? The Chronicle sponsors Black History contest appeared first on WS Chronicle.


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    Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  The fellowship hall of Morning Star Baptist Church resembled a museum of African History last Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25, as more

    The post Morning Star ends Black History Month with celebration of ‘Soul’ appeared first on WS Chronicle.


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    Another community stalwart has died. Walter Marshall, a Forsyth County commissioner, passed away last week at age 74. He was buried Tuesday. The Chronicle had just featured him on our

    The post Editorial: His time came too early. Who is ready now? appeared first on WS Chronicle.


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    Photo by Ashlea Jones BY ASHLEA JONES  FOR THE CHRONICLE A showcase featured recitals and enactments of African culture and modern day African-American hymnals and spirituals on Saturday, Feb. 25,

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    BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE People have come to celebrate Black History Month in new and unique ways. The students of Carter High School highlighted the month by holding a

    The post Carter holds second Living Wax Museum appeared first on WS Chronicle.


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    BY DONNA ROGERS  THE CHRONICLE For five years, TerCraig Edwards, director of the Mazie S. Woodruff Center, and others kicked around the idea of a scholarship named for Mazie Woodruff.

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    Ben Chavis Guest Columnist The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. routinely would remind those of us who worked for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) during the Civil Rights

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    The students in Coleen Johnson’s third-grade class at the Downtown School went to work when they saw The Chronicle’s Black History Month section that was published on Feb. 23. Many

    The post The Chronicle inspires class for Black History Month appeared first on WS Chronicle.


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  • 03/23/17--02:35: Making a noise
  • The Drama Ministry of Union Baptist Church is shown. On Sunday, Feb. 26, as part of Black History Month, the ministry performed Negro spirituals as part of “Make A Noise:

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    Editor’s Note:Scott Plaster, Atkins English and School Publications Teacher; and Atkins students Nosha Wilson, Kaylin Carpenter, and Ally Moore wrote the story below. During the creation of this feature, its

    The post Connecting Atkins High history through the generations appeared first on WS Chronicle.


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    Several local businesses represent three generations of entrepreneurship in one family.

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    With Black History Month now upon us, people are celebrating the month in all types of unique ways.  The clients of Friendly People That Care (FPTC) decided to show their

    The post Group home clients celebrate Black History Month appeared first on WS Chronicle.


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    MARTINSVILLE, VA – Piedmont Arts will celebrate Black History Month throughout February with free family-friendly events honoring the contributions of African American artists, authors and storytellers to American culture.  “We are

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    Last weekend the city’s Human Relations Commission kicked off Black History Month by showcasing the talents of local gospel choirs, soloist, and other performers during their annual Showcase of Songs. 

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    In honor of Black History Month, Off The Beaten Path Coffee and Beverage Cafe, downtown’s newest minority-owned business, will be hosting several events throughout the month designed to empower and

    The post Off The Beaten Path looks to inspire community appeared first on WS Chronicle.


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    The name Larry Leon Hamlin is synonymous with the city of Winston-Salem and performing arts across the country but as the saying goes, behind every good man is a strong woman, and in Larry’s case, there were two.

    The post Black History Month: Family discusses the late Larry Leon Hamlin and the NCBRC appeared first on WS Chronicle.


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    Students at Diggs-Latham Elementary School wrapped up Black History Month earlier this week with their annual celebration.

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  • 03/01/18--01:00: Celebration honors legends
  • In celebration of Black History Month, more than 100 residents came together last week to honor the life and legacy of two of Forsyth County’s finest, the late Maize S. Woodruff and late Walter Marshall.

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    On Friday, March 2 students, faculty and staff at Salem College invited the community to witness their annual Black History Month Finale Show. A culmination of several programs held through

    The post Salem College group hosts Black History Month Finale Show appeared first on WS Chronicle.