Posts From Tevin Stinson

Liberation Education, Part 1: Students ‘push back’ against factors that contribute to school-to-prison pipeline

    Liberation Education, Part 1: Students ‘push back’ against factors that contribute to school-to-prison pipeline

Liberation Education, Part 1: Students ‘push back’ against factors that contribute to school-to-prison pipeline

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W-S faces lawsuit and discrimination claims over canceled concert

    W-S faces lawsuit and discrimination claims over canceled concert

A lawsuit has been filed against the City of Winston-Salem by a local promoter for their decision to cancel a concert that was scheduled to be held at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds later this month. Representatives from Starr Entertainment say the cancellation cost them nearly a quarter million dollars.

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Job Corps Scholars Program at WSSU offers free college courses and career certifications

    Job Corps Scholars Program at WSSU offers free college courses and career certifications

Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) is now offering a new program that allows participants to complete free college courses and earn career preparedness certification in the field of their choice.

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Local artist Leo Rucker and art students create murals to brighten school hallways

    Local artist Leo Rucker and art students create murals to  brighten school hallways

Students at Carter G. Woodson School (CGWS) will have quite a surprise when they return to classrooms next month. With help from several high school art students, local artist Leo Rucker is creating a series of murals throughout the school.

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A cut above the rest: Local barbershop owner details his journey

    A cut above the rest: Local barbershop owner details his journey

After years of perfecting the craft and working at a few different shops, in 2019 Winston-Salem native Anthony Hamby took a leap of faith and opened his own barber shop. And today, just three years later, The Shave Cave Barber Lounge is arguably the best barbershop in the city.

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Winston-Salem native’s clothing line gaining traction

    Winston-Salem native’s clothing line gaining traction

In 2016 Winston-Salem native Quentin Jackson set out on a journey to create his own clothing line. Although the journey hasn’t been easy, today Q Jackson Apparel Company (QJAC) is a licensed apparel provider with partnerships with several HBCUs, and he says that it’s just the beginning.

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Reynolds’ stadium saga continues

    Reynolds’ stadium saga continues

After a nearly two-hour-long meeting last week, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ Board of Education voted against using $2 million in savings to help with the construction of a stadium for Reynolds High School in Hanes Park.

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‘Transit Talk’ brings conversation on gun violence to the people

    ‘Transit Talk’ brings conversation on gun violence to the people

‘Transit Talk’ brings conversation on gun violence to the people

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New park honors Nelson L. Malloy Jr.

    New park honors Nelson L. Malloy Jr.

Local elected officials made Nelson L. Malloy Jr. Park official last week when they came together for a ribbon cutting ceremony for the 4-acre park located on Bethabara Road. The park is named in honor of Nelson Malloy Jr., who served on the Winston-Salem City Council for 20 years.

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Larry Little delivers powerful message during Juneteenth Freedom Ceremony

    Larry Little delivers powerful message during Juneteenth Freedom Ceremony

Larry Little delivers powerful message during Juneteenth Freedom Ceremony

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