Winston-Salem’s local library hosts redlining exhibit open to the public.
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.
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.
One North Carolina city is struggling with how to spend their funding.
“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.”
The Delta variant hasn’t stopped anti-vaxxers, nor have facts about COVID-19.
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.
Across the country, activists are still doing the work to get accountability and change.
A mixed-race couple in their 20s talks about what race means to them.
As the next debate approaches, here are the topics democrats are most likely to cover.