This German-born photographer who now lives in Canada is using his camera to expose a truth rarely portrayed or appreciated in mainstream media.
For award-winning photographer Zun Lee, the concept of black fatherhood has long been nuanced
In first major appearance since leaving office, Obama tell young people to engage with communities
Kimberly Robinson, owner of Sole Addiction Mobile Shoetique, wins business award
The Charlotte-based mobile shoe store was among 102 businesses selected as winners in the 2017 American Small Business Championship.
Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez found dead in prison cell
The former New England Patriots star was found hanging in his cell shortly after 2 a.m, according to Massachusetts prison officials. Authorities suspect suicide.
150 years after ‘transformative gift,’ Biddles rediscover Johnson C. Smith University
Descendants of Mary Biddle rediscover the HBCU their matriarch helped to establish a century and a half ago.
Meet the 2017 Delta Debutantes
The 53rd annual Debutante Cotillion was held on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Twenty-two contestants were awarded college scholarships, and three local charities received financial support.
Patrick Cannon returns to Charlotte radio with Saturday morning talk show
The former Charlotte mayor, who served time in federal prison on public corruption charges, will host a talk show on Radio One’s Old School 105.3 FM, starting April 15.
Chris Jackson named to lead Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont
Organization selects insider after a national search to replace retiring president and CEO Michael Elder.
Kemba Walker reflects on his all-star season and the work it took to get him there
The Charlotte Hornets point guard also talks about sharing the all-star stage with LeBron James, Stephen Curry and his all-time favorite, Carmelo Anthony.
Social Buzz: Charlotte-area toddler gives lesson on race and what matters
Two-year-old Sophia would not be deterred when a store cashier suggested she replace the black doll she wanted with one that looked “more like you.”
Her ‘Grandpa Frank’ was a slave and she’d never seen his face – then her phone rang
Charlotte resident Earlene Campbell-Coleman recently received a photo of a former slave who turned out to be her great-great-great grandfather, one of 272 slaves sold by Jesuit priests in 1838 to help save Georgetown University.