In photo: People lie on the ground at Grand Central Terminal after it was announced that the New York City police officer involved in the death of Eric Garner is
Local law enforcers reassure community in wake of Ferguson, Mo. crisis (pictured above: (From left) City Council Member Jeff MacIntosh with Human Relations Director Wanda Allen-Abraha, Sheriff Bill Schatzman, Chief
Principal seeks to create a new culture and attitude at newly-merged Philo-Hill Macon, Ga.-native Kenyatta Bennett has always enjoyed a challenge, and serving as principal of the newly-merged Philo-Hill Magnet
(Pictured Above: Charlotte School of Law’s Victoria Owens (left) and Z’a Williams) City native Vondell Davis believes in planning ahead. Since she was 16, Davis, the oldest of five children,
“Racial Taboo,” a documentary film that features many North Carolinians, was premiered earlier last month at Wilmington’s City Stage Theater.
Barry Rountree, the city’s first black male police chief, was sworn-in Sunday at City Hall. Rountree, a Winston-Salem State University
Craig Wakins made history in 2006 when he became the first African American in Texas history to be elected as