Special to The Chronicle The Winston-Salem Urban League will kick-off the annual citywide Kwanzaa celebration. The weeklong celebration will be held at locations throughout Winston-Salem from Dec. 26 to Jan.
By Tevin Stinson For The Chronicle It has been an eventful week for the Winston-Salem Urban League. Less than 24 hours before the organization announced James Perry would be taking
The Winston-Salem Urban League, a venerable institution in the black community and city of Winston-Salem, has had a rollercoaster ride this week. As the organization prepared to name James Perry
In above photo: Winston-Salem Urban League building (File photo) Special to The Chronicle The Winston-Salem Urban League has been awarded a grant of $1,778,090 from Senior Service America Inc. Almost
In above photo: The crowd at the Hanesbrands Theatre. (Photo by Donna Rogers) The 1965 Voting Rights Act was signed
In photo above: The Winston-Salem Urban League office Millions of Americans 65 and over face a double whammy when it
The Winston-Salem Urban League is partnering with the city to conduct an information session regarding employment with the city on
(pictured above: LWS alumnus Ricky Touchstone.) For 30 years, Leadership Winston-Salem (LWS) has been bringing local leaders together to learn how
The Winston-Salem Urban League is still without a permanent leader, nearly a year after its former president and CEO departed.