Hornets to host Greensboro Four luncheon and HBCU Night

On Feb. 22, Charlotte Hornets will commemorate anniversary of the Greensboro Four sit-ins and celebrate historically Black colleges and universities.
By Kia O. Moore | February 14, 2020

10 films to watch this Black History Month

A collection of poignant films to add to your must-watch list.
By Alicia Benjamin | February 6, 2020

Wikipedia Hip-Hop Edit-a-thon addresses lack of diversity in content and editors

Local promoter and MIT professor partner to increase representation among the online encyclopedia's content and contributors.
By Sabrina Clark | February 5, 2020

Bryan Stevenson: 4 steps to ‘change the world’

The acclaimed lawyer and human rights activist spoke to a capacity crowd at Davidson College.
By Lizzie Kane | January 29, 2020

3 Charlotte universities unite to promote ‘racial healing’ in community

The effort by Johnson C. Smith University, Queens University of Charlotte and UNC Charlotte is part of a larger initiative.
By Glenn Burkins | January 29, 2020

BNS Productions tackles race, family, identity in “Fences”

The theater company delves into more work from playwright August Wilson that explores African-American experiences.
By Sabrina Clark | January 27, 2020

John W. Love Jr.’s commitment to showing up pays off with $100K art prize

Charlotte's provocative artist awarded prize to produce "The Cathedral of Messes." He also shares why he rejects the "starving artist" narrative.
By Emiene Wright | January 17, 2020

Celebrate the legacy of MLK at these 8 Charlotte events

A list of events leading up to Monday's day of remembrance for the civil rights icon.
By Qcitymetro | January 15, 2020

CIAA commemorative video features local HBCU player and coach

JCSU's Stephen Joyner, Sr. and Livingstone College's Roger Ray appear
By Qcitymetro | January 12, 2020

Life and music of Billie Holiday revived in “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill”

The stage production explores the life of legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday during one of her final performances.
By Sabrina Clark | January 12, 2020