CHARLOTTE – A teacher who struggles with the loss of her husband and daughter faces a greater challenge as she goes “Through the Fire” (published by iUniverse) during Mississippi’s desegregation.
‘African-American Portrait Gallery’ performance is running through Feb. 27 Old Salem Museums & Gardens is presenting a series of puppet shows at the Heirloom Puppet Theater at the Frank L.
Heritage Sunday at Union Baptist Union Baptist Church, 1200 N. Trade St., will hold its annual Heritage Sunday on Feb. 22 in observance of Black History Month. Worship services will
By James J. Hawkins, Guest Columnist A Nov. 8, 2016 rematch is scheduled for Tuesday morning! THE PROBLEMS: Our opposition is still mostly lifelong extreme conservatives, but some of our former
By Ron Daniels, Guest Columnist The 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the Selma -to-Montgomery March, and the passage of the historic
By Bill Turner, Guest Columnist President Obama and popular game show host Steve Harvey both spoke briefly, but profoundly, recently about
Almost 190 years ago, prominent free black men met in New York City to discuss forming a vehicle to communicate
State-supported historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are under attack. They are graduating thousands of students who are productive and
On Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 16, not only did the holiday keep people away from downtown Winston-Salem, but the snowy
by Cash Michaels Special to the NNPA from The Carolinian Newspaper This week, as the world mourns the passing of