(Above: Rev. Dr. Derek Hicks) The vibrant signature of black praise and worship has always been spontaneity and response, lots of self-expression, freedom of movement and freedom of voice. In every
(pictured above: Barbara Hayes and Beaufort and Pollye Bailey receive their awards from Dr. Mae Rodney, Cedric Rodney’s widow.) Barbara S. Hayes and Beaufort and Pollye Bailey were presented with
Congregants pray for an end to streak of local homicides (pictured above: Solid Rock Baptist Church’s Rev. Waymon Monroe Jr. asks God to stem the city’s murder rate.) Perturbed by the
Trailblazing black journalists Sandra Hughes, Don Griffin and Allen Johnson will discuss their careers and much more during a Saturday, Feb. 22 panel discussion sponsored by the Triad Association of
(pictured above: Dr. English Bradshaw speaks during the recent discussion as Linda Dark sits by his side.) Though it is largely
Keva Brooks Napper’s own struggle with Lupus inspired her to start Beautiful Butterflies, a nonprofit that assists other’s living with
“Racial Taboo,” a documentary film that features many North Carolinians, was premiered earlier last month at Wilmington’s City Stage Theater.
The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus Foundation will hold a panel discussion featuring prominent members of the clergy on Friday,