Now High Point Museum The High Point Museum in partnership with the International Civil Rights Center and Museum and the Guilford County Register of Deeds recently opened a new exhibit.
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE While most students in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School System are enjoying their last week of freedom before school starts, the students who attend Cook
Award recipient shows giving back is important To the Editor So many times you hear negative stories about young Black men. I would like to share with each of you
(pictured above: Abiodun Harris (from left), James Ford and Brenda Robinson stand in front of the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center.) Organizers of the 60th anniversary celebration for the Malloy/Jordan
The Women’s Ministry of Goler Memorial AME Zion Church, 630 North Patterson Ave., will host its Second Annual Chit Chat
(pictured above: Romare Bearden’s Fallen Star) Greenhill, a Greensboro art gallery, will present “Select Collection | Prints of Romare Bearden.”
Book sharing program aims to bond neighbors (pictured above: President Sandra Stinson (second from left) celebrates the library’s opening with fellow
Panel offers solutions to malignant problems (pictured above: Whole Man Ministries’ Kenneth Holly speaks as Bishop Todd Fulton looks on.) Black-on-black
Ken Spaulding, a former state legislator and Durham attorney, has already announced his intention to run for governor in 2016.