Last week, more than 60 years since the landmark decision in Brown v. Board of Education, former educators and students sat down to talk about what life was like following the desegregation of schools here in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County and the current state of public education.
A mural featuring East Ward land-marks and notable residents was unveiled Nov. 11, 2015. The mural, located on the side of the 14th Street Discount store, features historical locations and local
Submitted photo Norma Corley’s picture from high school yearbook. BY NORMA CORLEY SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE It was the best of times and the worst of times! High school generated
(pictured above: Submitted Photo Rudolph Boone plays the trumpet with the band during his service in the Army.) The band rooms at local historically black high schools may soon bear the
Local retired health professionals fondly recall black med school Photos by Todd Luck. Moderator Linda Dark stands as panelist Dr.
(pictured above: The Neely School is moved to its new location.) Deep in the woods of Neelytown in Rowan County,
Personal stories highlight YWCA initiative (pictured above: Gateway YWCA Board Member LaShonda Hairston speaks on the history of the Historic Oak Grove
(pictured above: Dr. English Bradshaw speaks during the recent discussion as Linda Dark sits by his side.) Though it is largely