Posts From Tevin Stinson

Free at Last

    Free at Last

State drops case against Ronnie Long, Black man who spent 44 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit

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FCSO makes policy changes, prone restraint continues that led to death of John Neville

    FCSO makes policy changes, prone restraint continues that led to death of John Neville

Since the death of John Neville, the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) has made several policy changes, but the prone restraint that led to Neville’s death has not been banned.

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Unaffiliated candidates speak on controversial decision made by Forsyth County Board of Elections

    Unaffiliated candidates speak on controversial decision made by Forsyth County Board of Elections

Unaffiliated candidates speak on controversial decision made by Forsyth County Board of Elections

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Board of Education approves $2.5 million security contracts

    Board of Education approves $2.5 million security contracts

Despite calls from the community to use the funding for other needs, the local board of education has approved $2.5 million security contracts with the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO), Kernersville Police Department (KPD), and North State Company Police.

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Liberty Street Market is revived

    Liberty Street Market is revived

The City of Winston-Salem is looking to pump new life into the Liberty Street Farmers Market. The market officially opened in 2014 but hasn’t been open consistently since 2016, until now. Last week the Urban Food Advisory Council held a grand re-opening for the market located in the heart of a food desert.

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Drug Treatment Court honors graduates

    Drug Treatment Court honors graduates

Last week the Forsyth County Adult Drug Treatment Court held a graduation ceremony to celebrate individuals who have recently completed the course.

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Kellie Easton running to fill spot as NAACP president with Carlisle stepping down

    Kellie Easton running to fill spot as NAACP president with Carlisle stepping down

Community activist and grassroots organizer Kellie Easton has put her name in the running to become the next president of the Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP.

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Local counseling student to receive educational and training funding in addictions counseling

    Local counseling student to receive educational and training funding in addictions counseling

The NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), recently selected Achovia Denise Jones of Winston-Salem for the NBCC Minority Fellowship Program for Addictions Counselors (MFP-AC).

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Body camera footage raises more questions than answers

    Body camera footage raises more questions than answers

I’m not sure what I was expecting when I watched the body camera footage, but I do know after watching John Neville tell sworn officers of the law and a registered nurse nearly 30 times “I can’t breathe,” I have more questions now then I had before.

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Hairston discusses Plan C for school reopening in virtual town hall

    Hairston discusses Plan C for school reopening in virtual town hall

In less than two weeks students will return to their virtual classrooms for the start of the 2020 school year. To help shed some light on what learning will look like here in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, last week Superintendent Angela Hairston participated in a virtual town hall where she discussed ‘Plan C’ and answered questions from the community.

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