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My NBTF 2022 experience

    My NBTF 2022 experience

My NBTF 2022 experience

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Storytellers weave tales that captivate a family-friendly audience at NBTF

    Storytellers weave tales that captivate a family-friendly audience at NBTF

Storytellers weave tales that captivate a family-friendly audience at NBTF

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Youth showcase their talent at the National Black Theatre Festival

    Youth showcase their talent at the National Black Theatre Festival

Youth showcase their talent at the National Black Theatre Festival

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Fabrics from around the world used to create one-of-a-kind handcrafted items

  Fabrics from around the world used to create one-of-a-kind handcrafted items

Ever since she was a young girl growing up in Newark, New Jersey, Lauranita Katende dabbled in sewing, knitting and embroidery, skills she picked up from her Aunt Gladys when she was only ten years old. It wasn’t until 2010 that she decided to turn those skills into a business, after she decided to sew something special for Aunt Gladys’s 90th birthday. Katende said that a gift for her aunt sparked an idea and Ita Designs was born.

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NAACP Winston-Salem chapter presents scholarship awards

  NAACP Winston-Salem chapter presents scholarship awards

The scholarship committee of the Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP will award five scholarships in the amount of $500 each to five selected students of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School system. Amongst all recipients, the student who achieved the highest scholastic standing and provided outstanding service to their community will receive the Reverend Dr. Carlton A. Eversley award. 

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Micha James uses her Vlog as a space to give the Black community a voice

  Busta’s Person of the Week: Micha James uses her Vlog  as a space to give the Black community a voice

Busta’s Person of the Week: Micha James uses her Vlog as a space to give the Black community a voice

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Spartans look to rebound from down season

  Spartans look to rebound from down season

The Mt. Tabor Spartans had a down year last season based on their usual standards, going 4-5 overall. Spartan head coach Tiesuan Brown was not pleased with the win/loss record but was happy with the development of several players and is very optimistic about the Spartans bouncing back this year.

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Still an open competition for Panthers QB 1 spot

  Still an open competition for Panthers QB 1 spot

Still an open competition for Panthers QB 1 spot

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First Waughtown conducts Bible Boot Camp

  First Waughtown conducts Bible Boot Camp

First Waughtown Baptist Church (FWBC) conducted its annual Bible Boot Camp July 21-23 with 19 campers ages 4-13 in attendance at the church at 838 Moravia Street. This year’s theme was I Live, I Move, I Breathe, based on Acts 17:22-31. 

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