Posts From Tevin Stinson

QEA partnering with Bee Geek, Inc. to launch Pharaoh IT Academy

    QEA partnering with Bee Geek, Inc. to launch Pharaoh IT Academy

QEA partnering with Bee Geek, Inc. to launch Pharaoh IT Academy

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City Council apologizes, approves resolution for reparations commission

    City Council apologizes, approves resolution for reparations commission

The Winston-Salem City Council has approved a resolution calling for federal and state action to establish a commission to study the issue of reparations for Black citizens and apologizing for the city’s participation in urban renewal programs.

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Heartfelt tributes pour in after the passing of Mrs. Paulette Lewis-Moore

    Heartfelt tributes pour in after the  passing of Mrs. Paulette Lewis-Moore

A Legend. A Jewel. A Sweet Beautiful Soul. An Angel On Earth. Those were just a few of the words used to describe Paulette Lewis-Moore. Moore, a longtime member of The Chronicle staff, passed away last week.

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Southside Discount Pharmacy offering COVID-19 vaccine

    Southside Discount Pharmacy offering COVID-19 vaccine

After months of working through red tape, Southside Discount Pharmacy is now a COVID-19 vaccination site.

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Crisis Control partners with HARRY to provide food for vets

    Crisis Control partners with HARRY to provide food for vets

Crisis Control partners with HARRY to provide food for vets

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Fishing event looks to bring fathers and sons together

    Fishing event looks to bring fathers and sons together

On Saturday, April 17, the B. Positive Movement, a local non-profit designed to help young people reach their full potential, is inviting men and boys to pull out their fishing rods and make their way to Kernersville Lake for the Fathers & Sons Great Fishing Experience.

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Parkland High School graduate named curator at the Smithsonian

    Parkland High School graduate named curator at the Smithsonian

Winston-Salem’s own, Rev. Teddy R. Reeves, has been named curator of religion at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC).

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County begins disengagement from Cardinal, realignment with Partners

    County begins disengagement from Cardinal, realignment with Partners

From now until May 5, the Forsyth County government is seeking public input on its disengagement plan from Cardinal Innovations Healthcare.

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EDTalk brings equity in public schools to center stage

    EDTalk brings equity in public schools  to center stage

How is Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School (WS/FCS) advancing equity in schools across the district? What are some of the challenges the WS/FCS face when it comes to advancing equity? Those were just a few of the questions posed to School Board Chair Malishai Woodbury and board member Alex Bohannon during an open forum hosted by the Big 4 Alumni Association, Action4Equity, and Heritage 365.

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Commentary: Pain and suffering in the Asian American community affect us all

By Dr. James B. Ewers Jr. What does it mean to be our brothers’ and sisters’ keeper? Is that an

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