Some of the previous coverage of the 1979 Klan-Nazi shootings at the former Morningside Homes in Greensboro.

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Virgil Griffin’s obituary doesn’t mention the event that brought him national headlines: the Nov. 3, 1979 , Klan-Nazi shootings, Greensboro’s …

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GREENSBORO — No evidence related to the 1979 Klan-Nazi shootings has been destroyed, an internal police investigation has concluded.

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GREENSBORO — Speakers sympathetic to Greensboro’s truth-and-reconciliation movement said at a public meeting Sunday that they wish more oppone…

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GREENSBORO — City Council members voted 5-4 to oppose a resolution Tuesday that would have the board “seriously consider” the recommendations …

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GREENSBORO — Mayor Keith Holliday said the city shouldn’t apologize for its role in the 1979 Klan-Nazi shootings — something recommended by th…

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The man who faced the nation after the Nov. 3, 1979, killings of five Communist Workers Party members said Friday that he’s sticking to what h…

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GREENSBORO — Klansmen and Nazis, the Greensboro Police Department and even Communist demonstrators bear responsibility — but not equal respons…

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GREENSBORO — The racism and class differences that led to the Klan-Nazi shootings at Morningside Homes in 1979 live on today, speakers testify…

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GREENSBORO — As a nearly seven-hour hearing wound down Friday, one Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission member voiced a major proble…

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GREENSBORO — Three elected officials in Guilford County will address a commission investigating the November 1979 shootings among Klansmen, Na…

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GREENSBORO - The hair was thinner, the shoulders slouched, but otherwise it was the same Virgil Griffin remembered from 26 years ago.

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GREENSBORO — The city’s highest-ranking officer on duty during the 1979 Klan-Nazi shootings defended the department’s actions on Friday, sayin…

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GREENSBORO — Although it hasn’t released any names, the Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission confirmed at least one Greensboro polic…

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GREENSBORO — Labor strife, racial inequality and official corruption were rampant in Greensboro in the months leading up to the 1979 Klan-Nazi…

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GREENSBORO — He criticized anyone studying the events. He stood firm in his claims of self-defense. He placed blame for the fatal shootings 25…

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GREENSBORO — Three survivors from Greensboro’s 1979 Klan-Nazi shootings and two of the Klansmen in attendance that day are among panelists exp…

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GREENSBORO — Virgil Griffin, an imperial wizard with a Ku Klux Klan chapter west of Charlotte, who was present at the 1979 Klan-Nazi shootings…

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GREENSBORO — With the Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission preparing for its first public hearings this week, roughly 50 people on S…

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GREENSBORO — Can an effort to investigate 1979’s fatal shootings of five anti-Ku Klux Klan demonstrators in Greensboro be successful without t…

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GREENSBORO — Leroy Thompson remembers seeing the ambulances zooming past 25 years ago, heading to the scene of one of the darkest moments in G…

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GREENSBORO — The organizers of an investigation into the 1979 shooting deaths of five labor organizers are planning to lobby a reluctant City …

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GREENSBORO — Police were blamed for being absent 25 years ago when a planned Death to the Klan march turned deadly before it ever began.

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GREENSBORO — It started with 88 seconds of silence Saturday morning — a quiet broken only by the din of a police helicopter above and an idlin…

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GREENSBORO — Those associated with the planned Death to the Klan march that was halted by violence before it began Nov. 3, 1979, may try to ca…

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Some claim it will needlessly reopen a wound. Some say it’s a crucial step toward addressing a horrific event and healing a community.

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GREENSBORO — Angela Lawrence remembers hearing shots ring out Nov. 3, 1979, in the Morningside Homes community where she lived.

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GREENSBORO – Calling upon local residents to join their effort aimed at community reconciliation and truth-seeking in the city’s infamous and …

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