An estimated 65,000 evacuees are estimated to come to the U.S. from Afghanistan in the next month, and another 30,000 by the end of the year.
Tattoos have become therapy for some people 18 months into the pandemic.
Venues across the Triad continue to hear feedback from their patrons about their vaccine policies. Whatever the policies are, said feedback continues to be a mix of grateful and angry.
“I’d always hoped to visit Afghanistan someday. I’m 46. You never know, but I’ve kind of given up that dream, but I still hope my son, who’s 15, will be able to visit.”
Local activist Kris Brown-Neville uses yoga as a tool for social justice.
Activists are holding North Carolina’s Triad accountable when it comes to policing.
Sometimes all an old building needs is new art.
“Solidarity and real equity comes from giving up space, paying artists and elevating communities that have historically been marginalized.”
“It’s vital for everyone, Palestinian or not, to use their voice against Israeli brutality and aggression.”
Once a stop in the Green Book, The Magnolia House plans to reopen in Greensboro fall 2021.