“I’ve now done garden furniture and totems and things like that. And when I couldn’t find the tile colors that I want, I had to learn to make tiles. It’s just a process of evolving. That’s what drives me.”
Advocates in Winston-Salem see a deficit of affordable housing, so they plan to create their own.
Appalachian State University presented a virtual play set during the Civil Rights Movement as part of their summer festival.
Parents in Winston-Salem say that just because the school isn’t teaching critical race theory doesn’t mean people shouldn’t be talking about race.
Local activists refer to the national moratorium as the “Swiss cheese” moratorium for being so “full of holes.”
Artist Kat Lamp is thrilled to attend live shows again, work with musicians, and make new art.
A car festival, mud wrestling, a burlesque show, and more.
Activists are holding North Carolina’s Triad accountable when it comes to policing.
“When the conversation moves beyond data collection with transparency with Black mental-health clinicians at the table, to being a part of the city and county’s budget, to implementation by nonprofits and agencies with measurable outcomes over time, then Hate Out will say that’s progress.”