The federal judge ruled last week against the organizations and citizens seeking justice regarding the 2013 North Carolina law that strips away voting rights and adds voting problems.
Photo by Tevin Stinson N.C. NAACP President Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II speaks during a press conference on Saturday, Jan. 9, in Winston-Salem at Goler Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church.
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.
Above: AP File Photo- Amelia Boynton, in wheelchair next to President Obama, at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Selma to Montgomery March. By George E. Curry, NNPA Editor-in-Chief WASHINGTON – Amelia
In above photo: Illustration by Ron Rogers for The Chronicle DNC Press, Guest Columnist They are trying to make voting
Register to vote and go to polls for victory To the Editor: We won one battle, but we have three
A white man enters a black church during prayer and Bible study, spends an hour with parishioners then executes nine
U.S. citizens marching to gain their voting rights: This scene from the 1960s is repeating itself in 2015. In the
“Hands Up,” “Black Lives Matter” and “I Can’t Breathe” have become ubiquitous, a rallying cry for legions disheartened and dismayed
(pictured above: Ken Spaulding speaks in Winston-Salem last week.) North Carolinians won’t decide if they want to keep the governor