In above photo: Smoke rises from Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal church, early Wednesday, July 1, 2015, in Greeleyville, S.C. The African-American church, which was burned down by the Ku Klux
In above photo: A hole remains in the ground at the South Carolina Statehouse after workers tore up the concrete base, which used to hold a flagpole that flew the Confederate
In above photo: Antwon Stevenson, the new head coach at Glenn High School, had been an assistant coach with the Bobcats for the past 13 seasons. (Photo by Tevin Stinson) By
In above photo: Winston-Salem officials attended the Voting Rights Ecumenical Service on Sunday, July 12, including, Mayor Allen Joines, in the middle, front row; Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke is next
In above photo: (L-R) are volunteer Joan Falls, S2S founder Purity Ruchugo, concert organizer Alfred Clements and volunteer Beverly Beaty. (Photo
In above photo: Reunion co-founders William “Rock” Bitting, left, and Ben Piggott present Maurice Johnson an award from the reunion committee.
In above photo: Reclaiming futures logo Special to The Chronicle The Forsyth County Reclaiming Futures, together with The Forsyth County
In photo above: On Moral Monday, July 13, in Winston-Salem, marchers show their support for the plaintiffs in the N.C.
In photo above: State Rep. John King, right, D-York, hugs a woman after the House approved a bill removing the
In photo above: Assistant City Manager Greg Turner addresses the crowd during a meeting on Thursday, June 25, at Morning