Gladys Robinson Guest Columnist [Editor’s note: March is National Women’s History Month.] Black History Month is a time to recall the struggles of people of color in our country and
In photo: The Voices of Galilee Praise Team of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church sings during the third annual Public Safety Black History Month Celebration. The celebration was held at Galilee
James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist It has been so long, that I don’t actually remember when I started celebrating black history. I do recall that it started out as
Community members and central office personnel visited Diggs-Latham Elementary School to commemorate the 56th anniversary of the sit-ins at Kress Lunch Counter Movement. BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Earlier this
To the Editor, [The 56th anniversary of the Greensboro Four sit-ins was Monday, Feb. 1.] Today marks the start of
Photo provided by Old Salem Museums & Gardens The Healing Force is a family of singers, storytellers and musicians.
The parades, breakfasts and luncheons honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are now over. The speeches given by city, state
By James Ewers, Guest Columnist It has been so long that I don’t actually remember when I started celebrating black history.
Black History Month 2015 will end in a few days. All month media, organizations and businesses have given tidbits about
Diggs Memorial United Holy Church held a Black History program on Feb. 8 with the theme “Know those that Labor