Winston-Salem’s local library hosts redlining exhibit open to the public.
“In terms of wealth and income, I grew up in abject poverty. I’m the first person in my direct line who’s been building wealth that can hopefully be transferred to the next generation.”
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.”
“Solidarity and real equity comes from giving up space, paying artists and elevating communities that have historically been marginalized.”
Once a stop in the Green Book, The Magnolia House plans to reopen in Greensboro fall 2021.
A mixed-race couple in their 20s talks about what race means to them.
Decades after the integration of schools, James Shields talks about race in higher education.
Nishta J. Mehra talked about her upbringing, her family, and her book.