Photos by Timothy Ramsey Member of audience asks question during forum at Green Street United Methodist Church on Sunday. By Timothy Ramsey For The Chronicle Amid all of the negative
The Institute for Dismantling Racism (IDR) wants to have candid and authentic conversations about race and racial inequalities. That conversation began Feb. 3 in Green Street United Methodist Church’s
Panel weighs-in on eliminating racism (Rev. Dr. John Mendez is flanked by Cindy Gordineer and Mayor Allen Joines as he addresses the topic. Photos by Charles E. Leftwich Jr.) Racism was
(pictured above: Circle Leader Denise Terry (center) with her allies, Barbara Keller and Claudia Jokinen.) Circles Winston-Salem held its first “Big View” meeting last Thursday at Green Street United Methodist Church.
(pictured above: Panelists (from left): John Gladman, Margaret Elliott, Minister Alvin Carlisle and Karen McNeil-Miller.) Five decades after President Lyndon Johnson
The church of the president of the Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity made national headlines, announcing that it would