The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) is taking a stand against the code of silence and to put an end to the “no snitching” policy that exists in the African- American community.
By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Chants of “Free Kalvin Smith Now” echoed from every corner of the Dillard Auditorium in the Anderson Center last Thursday evening when more than 150
Photos by Timothy Ramsey St. Paul’s Pastor Donald Jenkins welcomes everyone to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration Monday night. By Timothy Ramsey For The Chronicle The life and
Photo by Tevin Stinson Below freezing temperatures didn’t stop dozens of citizens from coming together for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day rally and march held downtown earlier this week.
Above: Travis Page For The Chronicle It has been a week since 31-year-old Travis Page died in the custody of
Above: Bishop Todd Fulton, president of the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (File photo by Erin Mizelle for The
In above photo: Winston-Salem skyline The massacre of nine people in a South Carolina church last month has spurred some
In photo above: Bishop Marvin Cremedy prays silently during the public prayer vigil held at Vessels of Honor Church Ministries,
(Above: Photos by Chanel Davis- Rev. Dr. Darryl Aaron addresses the crowd.) A man who wasn’t afraid to speak a
(Above: Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity members pose at a meeting last September.) The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and