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Protests stay peaceful in Winston-Salem

    Protests stay peaceful in Winston-Salem

Protests stay peaceful in Winston-Salem

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Hundreds demand justice for Ella Crawley and Jericka Nasgah

    Hundreds demand justice for Ella Crawley and Jericka Nasgah

Hundreds demand justice for Ella Crawley and Jericka Nasgah

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Racist comment leads to fruitful protest at local business

    Racist comment leads to fruitful protest at local business

Given the well-documented history of people posting racist comments on social media and losing their livelihood, you would think people would take more precaution when commenting on public posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. But that is far from the case. Everyday closet racists expose themselves to the public and their communities on social media and last weekend Michael Berrier, a local barbershop owner, was exposed.

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Human Relations to assist courts by mediating COVID-related rent disputes

    Human Relations to assist courts by mediating COVID-related rent disputes

At the request of Chief District Judge Lisa Menefee, the Winston-Salem Human Relations Department on Monday, June 1, began mediating landlord-tenant disputes related to the non-payment of rent due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation modifies State-Level Systemic Change Strategy Fall 2020 grant cycle

  Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation modifies State-Level Systemic Change Strategy Fall 2020 grant cycle

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR) is notifying applicants of some changes to our State-Level Systemic Change Strategy Fall 2020 grant cycle.

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Trafficking is a misunderstood crime: 3 facts you should know

  Trafficking is a misunderstood crime: 3 facts you should know

Trafficking is a misunderstood crime: 3 facts you should know

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For Seniors only poem: Stuck at home during COVID-19

  For Seniors only poem: Stuck at home during COVID-19

For Seniors only poem: Stuck at home during COVID-19

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Keep the toilet paper flowing, never leave an empty roll

  Keep the toilet paper flowing, never leave an empty roll

In this dire time when toilet paper is scarce in our country, may this bring a little levity to our current situation.

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Meal preparation during COVID-19

  Meal preparation during COVID-19

Meal preparation during COVID-19

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It’s okay to laugh during COVID-19

  It’s okay to laugh during COVID-19

Humor is a human emotion that brings a smile to our faces, enjoyment, entertainment and amusement to our lives, and makes difficult situations more bearable. It can be a joke, a funny anecdote, an amusing memory retold that pokes fun at ourselves, or a movie that lifts our spirits.

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