Noted sociologist says fears keep many African Americans from exercising A rising star in the sociology field said that black men are less likely to jog in their neighborhoods if
A national report probes the problems that historically black colleges and universities face, as there is new talk in North Carolina of consolidating some of the state’s public HBCUs. In
Ayana Mathis discussed her novel “The 12 Tribes of Hattie” on Sept. 17 at Salem College. The book, the Philadelphia native’s debut novel, jolted to the top of bestsellers’ lists
Schools taking special measures to keep graduation rates solid Four-year graduation rates are up in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School District.
Local Sigmas win International Chapter of the Year award Members of local Phi Beta Sigma chapters, including members of the
For the last 12 years, Aretta Hairston-Smith has struggled with a disease that most people have never heard of. She’s
It’s ironic that racism – an evil that the majority on the U.S. Supreme Court seems to believe doesn’t exist
The struggles and triumphs of African-Americans, past and present, were celebrated Saturday at the annual Triad Juneteenth Africana Festival at