Local study that examines chronic disease in African-American males looks to reach more men BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE In an attempt to reach their goal to help 440 African-American
Boys and men of color have lower high school graduation rates, a much greater likelihood of going to prison, and higher mortality rates from homicide.
James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist The year 2015 was a challenging year for African-American males. We were shot, killed and seriously injured at record rates according to some reports.
Winston-Salem’s own Rudy Anderson Jr. took home top honors for his contributions as an employee of Winston-Salem State University. Anderson,