Hearts were heavy in many of the citizens of Louisville when it was announced that their hometown hero, boxing great Muhammad Ali, had died at the age of 74 in a Phoenix, Arizona hospital Friday, June 3, from complications relating to Parkinson’s disease, bringing to a close his most challenging fight.
I have been blessed to watch and gain awareness from the light of Muhammad Ali from the time it was a blinding flash, a sunny beam of hope, to the long stretch during which time it flickered and shook, and then, last week, when it was extinguished.
It is in-conceivable in this year of 2016 that we have a presumptive candidate of a major political party running on a platform of racism, sexism, bigotry and hatred.
The Chronicle’s Letters to the Editor June 9th 2016.
At issue is a little known but enormously important federal statute called the 340B drug discount program.
African-American boys in America are facing an uphill battle when it comes to success.
Triad founder, publisher & CEO of Diversity Woman Magazine, Sheila Robinson, was conferred with the degree Doctor of Education during University of Pennsylvania’s 260th commencement ceremony, held on Saturday, May 14.
The 12th annual Triad Juneteenth Festival will take place on Saturday, June 18, from 11 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The St. Philips Heritage Center at Old Salem Museums & Gardens in partnership with Winston-Salem State University will host a luncheon on Thursday, June 16, in celebration of Juneteenth, the country’s longest-running observance of the abolition of slavery.
The Winston-Salem State University Athletic Hall of Fame Committee is proud to announce the eight individuals and two teams that will be enshrined into the 2016 Clarence E. “Big House” Gaines Hall of Fame class.