Category : Southeast

Southeast / Alabama - 6 days ago

The Forced Migration and Internalized Racism

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide Try to migrate away from the painful mental images that automatically surface in your mind’s eye when you think about slavery, as the nation observes Black History Month’s 2019 theme: Black Mig...

Southeast / Alabama - 6 days ago

EVMS Community Panel Prepares To Investigate

By Leonard  E. Colvin Chief  Reporter New Journal and Guide In response to a 1984 yearbook produced at  Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) featuring a photo of two persons on the page of Gov. Ralph Northam – one in Blackface and a second in a KK...

Southeast / Alabama - 6 days ago

Attucks’ 100-Year History In Film

A full house turned out Friday night (Feb. 8) to the Attucks Theatre for the debut showing of the new documentary “The Historic Attucks Theatre: The Apollo of the South.” The film was produced by the City of Norfolk and will be broadcast on WHRO-TV....

Southeast / North Carolina - 6 days ago

HKonJ 2019

HKonJ 2019 Peacemaker Staff Reports / February 14, 2019Share this article: Thousands of people descended on downtown Raleigh on February 9 for the 13th annual Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ) People’s Assembly march, led by the North Caro...

Southeast / North Carolina - 6 days ago

Students learn what knot to do

Earlier this week nearly three dozen young men from local middle schools gathered at the Crosby Scholars headquarters to learn how to tie the perfect Four-In-Hand, Half Windsor, and Full Windsor knot during the first-ever Guys with Ties event. While...

Southeast / North Carolina - 6 days ago

Living on the edge of the numbers

Many people are aware that they should know their blood pressure numbers, but few know why it is important and how it can impact their lives. Winston-Salem resident, Cassandra Capers, has seen the impact of blood pressure on her family and has exper...