SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE “Changing lives one little dress at a time” proclaims the tag line on the Little Dresses for Africa website and represents Winston-Salem Chapter of Delta Sigma
Two outstanding community leaders were honored for their contributions to the city of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County last Thursday during the Juneteenth Luncheon held at the Old Salem Visitor Center.
Just one day before Father’s Day, My Brother’s Second Chance (MBSC), a local non-profit organization, held a brunch on the campus of Winston-Salem State University to celebrate those who volunteer as mentors for young boys in the community.
Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN) presents its first Winston’s Got Talent Show. It will be an opportunity for Winston’s most talented to showcase their skills to community.
Fifty-Five Plus Glamour Fashion Show was Saturday, June 18, at Quality Independent Living.
Racial inequalities spurred a Wake Forest professor to write a book looking at white people, African-Americans and Latinos.
A new locally produced program focused on African issues and those of the African diaspora worldwide began Wednesday, June 1, on WSNC-FM 90.5 at 7 p.m.
UNITY (United neighbors involved in transforming Youth) Neighborhood Association has been awarded a $5,000 grant by Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods.
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.