The Institute for Dismantling Racism (IDR) wants to have candid and authentic conversations about race and racial inequalities. That conversation began Feb. 3 in Green Street United Methodist Church’s
On Jan. 11, Green Street United Methodist Church, 639 S. Green St., held a congregational forum on the theme of “Racism and Privilege.” Green Street has been recognized by the
Panel weighs-in on eliminating racism (Rev. Dr. John Mendez is flanked by Cindy Gordineer and Mayor Allen Joines as he addresses the topic. Photos by Charles E. Leftwich Jr.) Racism was
(pictured above: Family members touch Michael Brown’s copper-top vault during his burial at St. Peter’s Cemetery in Normandy, Mo.) Ministers want to engage community in talks about Ferguson and other topics
Rally slated to be held Monday Local agencies are gearing up to help the N.C. NAACP brings its Forward Together
(pictured above: Luther Barnes with Elder Lamonte Williams.) Diggs Memorial United Holy Church held its Spring Revival from April 23-25.
With the May 6 primary election quickly approaching, voting rights advocates and candidates alike are scrambling to make sure that
The trial of the killer of yet another black teenager in Florida has again awakened a national conversation about race