By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle At a time when race relations are the headlines in many news reports, the Human Relations Department of Winston-Salem wanted to know how the students
Special to The Chronicle Barbee Oakes, a recognized leader in diversity, has been appointed as Wake Forest University’s first chief diversity officer. Oakes retains her assistant provost title and responsibilities,
A small-group discussion includes East Ward City Councilman Derwin Montgomery, far left. (photo submitted) Special to The Chronicle The Winston-Salem Human Relations Commission facilitated its latest “collegiate trust talk” on
The Liberty Street Market consists of two shelters on Liberty Street. This shot shows the structures before a fence was erected around them prior to the market’s opening last year.
By Todd Luck The Chronicle United Way of Forsyth County and Neighbors for Better Neighborhood (NBN) are working with local
Above: New Leadership Winston-Salem board members are: Front L-R– Claire Tuttle, Dr. Trae T. Cotton, Brad Zabel Back L-R – Rev.
Special to The Chronicle High school and college students who are interested in careers in the arts are invited to visit
Above: Hispanic League Executive Director Mary Jo Turner and The Freedom Tree at the Institute for Dismantling Racism Director Rev. Willard
Special to The Chronicle More than 80 people turned out for a groundbreaking ceremony hosted by Forsyth Tech to celebrate
By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Since 2011 the Goodwill Career and Prosperity Center has been dedicated to improving the quality