Last weekend elected officials and other community leaders unveiled a historic marker honoring a library branch that was built to serve the East Winston community more than 60 years ago.
Above: Photo by Todd Luck- Former Reynoldstown resident James Grace recalls the neighborhood’s heyday. Reynoldstown, a neighborhood originally created for tobacco workers that has a rich African American history, got
By Todd Luck The Chronicle The Easton Neighborhood got its own historic marker on Saturday. The marker, erected by the Forsyth County Historic Resource Commission, sits at the intersection of
On May 8, the Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission will unveil a historic marker remembering the R.J.R. labor strikes in the 1940s. The markers honor members of Local 22 of
Twenty years before the now-famous March on Washington, workers in Winston-Salem were fighting for their rights through Local 22 of
When the Winston-Salem Chapter of the Black Panther Party was founded 43 years ago, the city was a very different