Creative entrepreneur Davita Galloway and #TeamBlkGrlFly are hosting a week of events culminating with their signature event, A Seat at the Table Awards.
This One’s for Us: #TeamBlkGrlFly launches weeklong celebration of Black womanhood
Statewide “Green Book” exhibit will highlight Charlotte people and places
North Carolina’s ‘Green Book Project’ explores the 327 entries in “The Negro Motorist Green Book,” including the histories of 55 sites in Charlotte.
Maude Ballou, secretary to Martin Luther King Jr. and former Charlotte resident, dies at age 93
Ballou worked with King during the Montgomery Bus Boycott and later relocated to Atlanta when King was tapped to head the Souther Christian Leadership Conference.
Sherrill Roland sheds light on mass incarceration through art residency
Artist Sherrill Roland brings his Jumpsuit Project to Charlotte’s McColl Center for Art + Innovation and Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Art + Culture.
HBCU TV show to feature Charlotte hip-hop artist
HBCU Gameday will feature Charlotte native Jabari “Mayor Talib” Bodrick in theme song for its “No Huddle” TV show.
This yogi is centering Charlotte’s underserved communities
Soul Liberation Holistic Wellness holds some yoga sessions just for Black queer folks. Here’s why you shouldn’t feel excluded.
Services set for Dwayne Collins, local activist who died Sunday at age 51
Mr. Collins was former president of the Charlotte Chapter of the NAACP and chair of the Black Political Caucus of Charlotte-Mecklenburg.
Black real estate association educates and advocates for industry pros and homebuyers
Charlotte Crown is part of the oldest minority trade group and working to increase African American homeownership.
Celebrating Charlotte’s oldest citizen
Hester McCardell Ford was born in 1904. On Thursday, the 115-year-old was recognized as Charlotte’s oldest person.
NABFEME returns to promote mentoring and collaborating for women in music and entertainment
The organization, which focuses on Black women in music and entertainment, restarts its Charlotte chapter led by media maven Jameka Whitten.
Charlotte pilot establishes private aviation company, exposes youth to diversity-lacking airline industry
Joseph Williams always knew he wanted to be a pilot and own an airline. He’s accomplished both and now he’s sharing his knowledge with Charlotte youth.
Meet Nicole Cyrille-Superville, a Qcity Newcomer
A new job opportunity brought this heart doctor to Charlotte. She’s finding lots to like about the Queen City.
LaShawn Daniels, Grammy-winning songwriter/producer, hosts Charlotte music conference
Daniels’ project credits is a Who’s Who of top artists from Michael Jackson to Beyonce. Now, he’s focusing on Charlotte’s independent artists.
Meet Marvin Superville, a Qcity Newcomer
The former education administrator traded New York City traffic for a new career, warmer weather and shorter commutes.
Young Black Leadership Alliance announces assistant county manager and former Charlotte school leader as new leadership
YBLA appoints Mecklenburg’s Assistant County Manager Anthony Trotman as board chair, Todd Pipkin as executive director.