Photos by Todd Luck Tina Carson-Wilkins makes a presentation on Safe Bus history. BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The history of the black-owned Safe Bus Company, which served East Winston
In above photo: Vivian Reed presents insights into “An Evening with Vivian Reed” at a press conference on Tuesday, Aug. 4, as part of NBTF (Photo by Tori P. Haynesworth)
Special to The Chronicle The New Winston Museum is pleased to announce it has received a $25,000 grant from the Frances and Jesse Temple Fund of the Winston-Salem Foundation. These funds
Local retired health professionals fondly recall black med school Photos by Todd Luck. Moderator Linda Dark stands as panelist Dr. Harvey Allen Sr. speaks. Beside him is Treva Oglesby. Seated
(pictured above: Dr. English Bradshaw speaks during the recent discussion as Linda Dark sits by his side.) Though it is largely
The New Winston Museum, 713 S. Marshall St., will host “Standing Up — The Rise of Local 22,” a discussion
The new Visit Winston-Salem African American Arts & Culture Guide made its debut at the recent National Black Theatre Festival.
The AIDS Care Service (ACS) Board of Trustees will present its annual meeting on Monday, April 22 at 7 p.m.
Dr. Harold Martin, chancellor of North Carolina A&T State University, will be the keynote speaker at the Society for the