Here they come again. The election reformers in the General Assembly are getting ready to make another charge. Given the scant evidence they’re provided so far, they’re tilting at windmills.
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE A new program to help those in jail with mental illness and substance abuse issues was among the items Forsyth County commissioners voted on during
N.C. NAACP President Barber to speak SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Seeing a need to increase voter turnout in North Carolina, Bishop Sir Walter Mack Jr., pastor of and teacher at
Julianne Malveaux Guest Columnist Are you ready to vote?Are you registered? These may seem like simplistic questions, especially for those who are aware, but every year some folks are denied
Letters to the editor of The Winston-Salem Chronicle, May 12th Issue. Congratulations one year later on 41 years in business, Praise for Chronicle reporter, Voting does come at a cost, Honor these non-conforming trailblazers by voting.
The Rev. Dr. William Barber II, president of the N.C. NAACP, is leading a voter registration drive. While national
By Cash Michaels For THE NCBPA It was announced on Dec. 1, the 60th anniversary of the day civil rights
U.S. citizens marching to gain their voting rights: This scene from the 1960s is repeating itself in 2015. In the
Special to The Chronicle The North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP will conduct a new election of officers and
(This op/ed was originally published Dec. 15 in the (Greensboro) News and Record.) With the year quickly drawing to a