Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE More than 300 students from schools across the county “kicked butts” last week when they celebrated National Kick Butts day inside
AP Photo/Danny Moloshok Recording artist Prince speaks during a news conference about his recording agreement between himself and Universal Records and his new single “Te Amo Corazon,” Tuesday, Dec. 13,
One City, One Prompt (OCOP) movement is coming the Triad. Billed as a dynamic series of writing, performance, activist and community-building events, OCOP is a global effort, bringing people together
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Playwrights, actors have face-to-face with sit-in icon On Feb. 8, 1960, Carl Matthews conducted a one-man sit-in at the S.
A fertile period of labor organizing in the tobacco industry during the 1940s fed into the Civil Rights Movement. A
Dr. Bob Zellner, a white Southerner who played a part in the Civil Rights Movement, shared his story at Wake