Share The Reverend Dr. Darryl Aaron, our pastor at First Baptist Church, Highland Avenue, is black. He and his family live about two blocks from our family, in a neighborhood that is predominately white.
Share Some say annual celebration has become trite (pictured above: Yolanda Bolden at the East Winston Heritage Center.) The black history flood gates opened on Feb. 1 and closes shut again March 1. That is
Share Chronicle breakfast kicks-off MLK Day events on Monday The Chronicle will be kicking the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday off in style this year. Close to 1,000 attendees are expected at the “Dr.
Share (pictured above: “Ebony and Ivy” book author and MIT history professor, Craig Steven Wilder) Seven score and 10 years ago, in 1863, President Abraham Lincoln returned to Washington from Gettysburg, Penn. after giving a speech
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