The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI), an organization that awards grants to community groups to expand education and engagement in the black community, plans to start the new year listening to
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Even if candidates like Hillary Clinton seem to be winning in the polls, voters should take nothing for granted. This was just one of the
Measure is headed to Senate At a place in time that most news reports on historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) seem to be negative, last week predominantly black institutions
Winston-Salem is currently far short of its job growth goal of becoming one of the top 50 metropolitan areas in the country by 2020, according to a State of the Community presentation on Tuesday, May 17.
America spends $80 billion a year keeping criminals behind bars, but research has shown that cost could be reduced by making one thing more accessible to inmates –education.
BRIAN PAULING GUEST COLUMNIST Education – the answer to many of the problems ailing our country – is getting the
By Donna Rogers The Chronicle 2015 began with a question for Winston-Salem: Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Chronicle Publisher Ernie
Emory and Gordon By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Educators in Forsyth County are not happy about the plan of action