BY CASH MICHAELS FOR THE CHRONICLE Forsyth legislative representatives are split on a bill that, if passed, would “increase the state’s minimum wage in phases” over a five-year period, “when
African-American community gains her attention. BY CASH MICHAELS FOR THE CHRONICLE RALEIGH — In an exclusive interview with North Carolina’s African-American press, Hillary Clinton said even though she is running
By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Among the 9,000 attendees at presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ rally at the Greensboro Coliseum on Sunday, Sept. 13 were many residents of Forsyth County.
(pictured above: Dr. Rev. William Barber) Hats off to the N.C. NAACP! The Tar Heel branch of the venerable civil
(pictured above: Melissa Harris-Perry on the set of her MSNBC show.) U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan has added her voice to the crescendo
A recently-released report, Out of Reach 2014, claims that many in the Triad can’t afford the area’s exalted rent prices.
Felice Pete, president of the Wake County Republican Women, told local residents that she’s long taken heat for being black