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 Denise
A diverse group of experts debated the pros and cons of changes coming to the North Carolina education system during a public forum at Wake Forest University on Tuesday, Oct. 8. “School Choice, Charters
UNCG’s 23rd Annual Conference on African American Culture and Experience (CACE) will focus on the theme “The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: Fifty Years Later.” Hosted by UNCG’s African American Studies Program,
Six students from Davidson County Community College were recently invited to participate in a Hip-Hop Summit, an event created to support a need for awareness and insight into a revolutionary movement that stretches across
Established in 1974, The Chronicle is the area’s oldest and well-respected community newspaper. Published each Thursday, The Chronicle has an audited circulation of over 7,000. 85% of that circulation is located within Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.