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A&T, Dudley uprising film gets fresh update

    A&T, Dudley uprising film gets fresh update

Nearly a decade after birthing the idea to do a movie about the story of Willie Grimes, filmmaker and North Carolina A&T State University alumnus Michael Anthony screened “Walls That

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Salem hosting programs featuring legend Bill T. Jones

    Salem hosting  programs featuring legend Bill T. Jones

On Friday, Nov. 9 at 7:30 p.m., Salem College, the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company will perform “Between Us,” a program of duets that reflect intriguing portraits of the

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N.C. jazz legend to be honored

    N.C. jazz legend to be honored

At 85-years-old, jazz great and North Carolina A&T State University alumnus Lou Donaldson is still playing music and earning acclaim. On Oct. 30, Donaldson will receive the North Carolina Award

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Arts Council honors several

    Arts Council  honors several

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County announced last week during its Annual Meeting that it topped its $2,350,000 annual campaign goal. Tom Ingram, Arts Council chair,  noted that

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Free admission offered to new play

  Free admission offered to new play

“Mama’s Girls,” the latest stage play by award-winning playwright Garrett Davis, addresses the challenges faced by one family as they

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Chart-toppers to help Aggies mark Homecoming

  Chart-toppers to help Aggies mark Homecoming

The 2012 edition of the Greatest Homecoming on Earth – a title that N.C . A&T State University has long

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Author Watts returning to UNC Charlotte

  Author Watts returning to UNC Charlotte

Nationally-recognized author Stephanie Powell Watts will return to her alma mater, UNC Charlotte, on Oct. 3 and 4 for a

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Local doctor to debut third CD Saturday

  Local doctor to debut third CD Saturday

Osaru will release his latest CD, “All the Way,” during a concert event at the Underground Theater at the Community

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First black WFU student returning

  First black WFU student returning

In 1962, a Ghana native named Ed Reynolds became the first black full-time undergraduate student to attend Wake Forest University.

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Civil Rights Museum to host Human Rights film fest

  Civil Rights Museum to host Human Rights film fest

Special to The Chronicle The International Civil Rights Center & Museum,  134 South Elm St., will host the Human Rights

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