Recently, some grantmaking nonprofits announced new leadership for their organizations. At least two of the groups have or will have African-American leaders.
Photo by Tevin Stinson Winston-Salem Human Relations Director Wanda Allen-Abraha explains that Martin Luther King Jr. Helping Hands Day, “basically, is to provide a venue for city employees to have
By Donna Rogers The Chronicle 2015 began with a question for Winston-Salem: Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Chronicle Publisher Ernie Pitt asked that question at the Martin Luther King Jr.
Photo by Donna Rogers Attendees listen to Rob Lang, assistant U.S. attorney for the middle district of North Carolina, as he speaks to attendees of the Community Awareness Networking Conference
Rally slated to be held Monday Local agencies are gearing up to help the N.C. NAACP brings its Forward Together
(pictured above: Volunteers work at Happy Hill Cemetery last Thursday.) More than five dozen Mormon teenagers aided in the arduous
Jerry Greenfield will be on hand Saturday (March 29) for the grand opening of the Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shop
Project aims to spread kindness about “Find a jar and be inspired.” That is what Winston-Salem resident Megan North Shuford