By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle and Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Saying that the 2016 elections are extremely important to North Carolina and the country, N.C. NAACP President Rev. Dr.
By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Female members of NAACP chapters from across North Carolina expressed concerns about the legislative record of Sen. Richard Burr last week, charging that the
NAACP supporters and staff members gather from 91 of the 100 counties in North Carolina for the NAACP State Conference last weekend. By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle The 72nd
By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle The N.C. NAACP had its political action luncheon on Friday, Oct. 9 at the Benton Convention Center on N. Cherry St. This event
The Associated Press The Forsyth County district attorney said Monday that he’s running for attorney general because he has the
Photo by Tevin Stinson Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II answers questions about the 72nd Annual NAACP State Convention during
Photo by Todd Luck Superintendent Beverly Emory speaks to attendees about potentially moving Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy at a meeting held
By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle City officials, Winston-Salem Police Department officials and Family Services of Forsyth County held
GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson shakes hands during a stop in Winston-Salem on Tuesday afternoon at Berean Baptist Church. (Photo
Members of The Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity during the press conference to protest Ben Carson on Tuesday, Sept.