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On the 48th night of #OccupyWSNC, the Triad Abolition Project announced that their demands had been met by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office and that the almost two-month occupation of Bailey Park would end on Sept. 1. 

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Aug. 23 marked the Triad Abolition Project’s 40th day of #OccupyWSNC in Bailey Park, calling for their demands to be met and for justice for John Elliott Neville. Neville died in December 2019 after he was restrained in the prone position by five detention officers while the medical provider…

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“I am sick and tired of being sick and tired,” said Civil Rights activist, and Mississippi sharecropper Fannie Lou Hamer on Aug. 22, 1964, after describing in detail “the vicious 1963 beating in a Mississippi jailhouse that left her with severe kidney damage, a blood clot behind one eye and …

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I am so proud to be a North Carolinian. That is something I thought I would never say about myself again—especially after our former fear-mongering governor signed a bigoted and economically devastating “bathroom bill” into law for absolutely no reason based in reality.

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My favorite place to take my partner on a date is a/perture cinema. But since COVID-19 shut down the city, I brought a/perture cinema to my date, instead. On April 3, I saw on a/perture’s website that the movie Extra Ordinary had opened, and since the poster looked cute, I clicked on it. I w…

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In the wee hours of the morning on March 19, NPR released a secret recording of Winston-Salem native and the Senate Intelligence Committee chairman, Sen. Richard Burr, who is heard telling a “small group of well-connected constituents” at an expensive luncheon that the coronavirus (COVID-19)…