James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist Keeping Black History alive for future generations This column is dedicated to my parents and to the men and women of the East Winston
It’s Black History Month. This is the time when organizations, schools, universities and churches plan programs to honor African-Americans. Exhibits pop up and discussions emerge about topics regarding Black History.
Although Black History month is over, we still should be studying Black History. Acknowledging individuals is fine, but we need to study Black History with emphasis on the history. We
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
Heritage Sunday at Union Baptist Union Baptist Church, 1200 N. Trade St., will hold its annual Heritage Sunday on Feb.
In photo: Cindy Smith Gordineer, president and CEO of the United Way of Forsyth County, and Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines listen
(pictured above: Dr. English Bradshaw speaks during the recent discussion as Linda Dark sits by his side.) Though it is largely