A documentary on North Carolina’s eugenics program will air Thursday, Jan. 26, at 10 p.m on UNC-TV. Between 1933 and 1974, the state of North Carolina ran one of the most aggressive eugenics
Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE More than 100 people gathered inside the Hanesbrands Theatre to watch a documentary on the trials and triumphs of Greg
Entitled “Ordinary Injustice,” the film documents the mishandling of Smith’s case, who is serving a 29-year sentence for the brutal assault of Jill Marker at the Silk Plant Forest store in December of 1977 that left her with brain damage.
Special to The Chronicle “Labor of Love: The Healing Build,” a short documentary about grieving individuals coming together to build a Habitat for Humanity house for a family in Winston-Salem,
When Nate Northington signed to play at the University of Kentucky nearly 50 years ago, he became the game-changer for college
(pictured above: A screen shot from Kevin Jerome Everson’s “The Island of St. Matthews.”) A number of special of events
“The Anonymous People,” a feature documentary about the 23.5 million Americans living in long-term recovery and the emerging public recovery
(pictured above: Filmmakers Kenneth Todd Nelson and Squeaky Moore look over footage.) Winston-Salem native Kenneth Todd Nelson is sounding the alarm