Share Dr. Maya Angelou’s home church celebrates her life (pictured above: Maya Angelou’s grandson, Colin Johnson, speaks. Sitting behind him are (from left) Sheila Alick, Mayor Pro Temp Vivian Burke, Mayor Allen Joines, Rev.
Share Panel offers solutions to malignant problems (pictured above: Whole Man Ministries’ Kenneth Holly speaks as Bishop Todd Fulton looks on.) Black-on-black crime’s causes and solutions were explored Saturday morning during a breakfast panel discussion
Share (pictured above: Young Professionals (from left, front row): Courtney Grant, Cheavonne Willis, Amyia Hardy, Andrea Free, Kismet Loftin-Bell with (back row) Marcus Lane, Dominique Grate, Walter Farabee and Chris Smith.) Members of the
Share A panel discussion – sponsored by Family Services and Winston-Salem State University – tackled domestic violence in the black community on Oct. 30 on the WSSU campus. During the discussion, District Court Judge
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