Even in the midst of a still-raging pandemic, and with a historic national election less than 100 days away, Black Lives Matter and the daily protests it has inspired continues to dominate the news
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During Wednesday's Virtual Community Conversation: Race and the White Ally Toolkit, speaker, author, and dialogue facilitator Dr.
5:10pm Jul 28, 2020Race Race
Black Lives Matter Winston-Salem is making new demands in the wake of John Neville’s death.
11:09pm Jul 23, 2020Race Race
Publix Super Markets has fired five of its African American employees in response to their participation in Black Lives Matter protests in Winston-Salem at the end of June.
4:27pm Jul 22, 2020Race Race News
Greensboro’s city council unanimously voted Tuesday night to make Juneteenth a paid holiday for city employees starting next year.
City Councilwoman Sharon Hightower proposed the idea.
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The statue of a 19th-century North Carolina Supreme Court justice was removed on Monday from the entrance of the state Court of Appeals building in Raleigh.
7:47am Jul 13, 2020Race Race Politics & Government
The city of Graham had its first major protest Saturday after a federal judge blocked a measure to ban such gatherings as two sides clashed over the fate of the city’s Confederate
10:01am Jul 09, 2020Race Race Politics & Government Crime
Four people were arrested during a protest in Winston-Salem Wednesday night over the December death of inmate John Neville.
5:26pm Jul 08, 2020Race Race Crime
The death of a Forsyth County inmate has been shrouded in mystery for months, but new information came to light Wednesday, including manslaughter charges in connection with John Neville’s death.
6:29am Jul 06, 2020Race Race Politics & Government
Public demonstrations over race and justice continued in the Triad over the Fourth of July Weekend, including a “Cry For Mama” prayer gathering in Greensboro.
6:25pm Jul 01, 2020Race Race Crime
A Winston-Salem attorney for a man whose arrest sparked outrage online says police clearly used excessive force against his client.