Laura Finley Guest Columnist October was Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Dwarfed by the enormous outpouring for breast cancer awareness month, it receives attention largely from survivors, advocates and activists. But
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE A vigil tried to shine a light on the violence that happens behind closed doors on Wednesday, Oct. 5, to commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Domestic Violence in this country has been swept under the rug for far too long. Victims are afraid to speak out in fear of retribution from their abusers.
To The Editor, Governor Pat McCrory proclaimed January to be Stalking Awareness Month in North Carolina. He is the first governor to do so. Stalking can be defined as
By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle City officials, Winston-Salem Police Department officials and Family Services of Forsyth County held
(Above: Rep. Ed Hanes) A new program designed to combat domestic violence and give victims peace of mind could be
(pictured above: Chanel Davis A view of Family Services’ 1200 S. Broad St. headquarters.) Family Services has a new vision statement
Agency gives job-seekers the look of success (pictured above: Glynis Bell stands in one of the clothing rooms.) Sylvia Jones
(pictured above: TaWanna Archia) Domestic violence education group holding first program A new organization is working to equip women –
Fansler for School Board To the Editor: Katherine Fansler for School Board At-Large – many people who have met her already