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Superintendent makes proposal for reopening schools

    Superintendent makes proposal for  reopening schools

Earlier this week Superintendent Dr. Angela P. Hairston provided more information on what schools could look like at the start of the 2020-21 school year.

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Gov. Cooper vetoes Senate Bill 168

    Gov. Cooper vetoes Senate Bill 168

Earlier this week Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a controversial bill that included language that would have limited access to death records of those who die while in police custody.

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Human Relations Commission hosts virtual Community Trust Talks

    Human Relations Commission hosts virtual Community Trust Talks

Chief Thompson, Sheriff Kimbrough and others discuss reform, defunding law enforcement

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Sheriff says no excessive force, attorney disagrees

    Sheriff says no excessive force, attorney disagrees

Sheriff says no excessive force, attorney disagrees

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Local law enforcement discuss recent demonstrations, internal “No Snitching” rule

    Local law enforcement discuss recent demonstrations, internal “No Snitching” rule

In the midst of calls for police reform and defunding law enforcement agencies across the country, earlier this week the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity invited assistant police chiefs William Penn and Natasha Miles, and Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough to participate in a virtual town hall.

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Stepping up to a healthy lifestyle

    Stepping up to a healthy lifestyle

Stepping up to a healthy lifestyle

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Congress moves George Floyd Justice in Policing Act measure forward

    Congress moves George Floyd Justice in Policing Act measure forward

The House Judiciary Committee has introduced the George Floyd Justice In Policing Act, the first-ever bold, comprehensive approach to hold police accountable, end racial profiling, change the law enforcement culture, empower communities, and build trust between law enforcement and minority communities by addressing systemic racism and bias.

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Widow of Julius Sampson speaks during Stand Your Ground law protest

    Widow of Julius Sampson speaks during Stand Your Ground law protest

The second straight week of peaceful protests continued on Monday, June 15, as dozens of people gathered at the corner of Cherry and Fifth Streets demanding justice for Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

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School districts receive some guidance for reopening

    School districts receive some guidance for reopening

State leaders have unveiled guidelines to reopen public schools in the fall, but a final decision isn’t expected to be made until later this month.

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‘End Racism Now #BLM’ mural by local artists use Main Street to send message

    ‘End Racism Now #BLM’ mural by local artists use Main Street to send message

The 100 block of Main Street was transformed into a giant canvass last weekend as local artists used the street in front of City Hall to send a message. Eighteen local artists spent the bulk of the day on Saturday, June 13, painting “END RACISM NOW #BLM” in giant letters on the street, a tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement and fight against racism.

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