On the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, how can we restore the future promise of stolen wealth?
One hundred years ago, 120 Black-owned banks were in existence across the United States. Twenty years ago, the number had been reduced to 40.
By Peachtree Providence Partners | May 31, 2021
Get the Education You Deserve at Central Piedmont Community College
With more than $3 million in scholarship funding available for students, Central Piedmont won’t let the cost of college weigh you down and stop you from achieving your goals.
By Central Piedmont Community College | May 21, 2021
Fifth Third Bank’s 53 Ideas competition supports entrepreneurs with capital & training
53 Ideas invites entrepreneurs to pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges. Finalists get cash and business training.
By GlennOaks Media | May 2, 2021
The NC Zoo has grown since your last visit, and it’s covid-friendly
Your guide to exploring the zoo, eating, getting around and more.
By Glenn Burkins | April 29, 2021
Heart health: Do you really have to give up your favorite foods and exercise like mad?
QCity Metro talked with a Blue Cross NC physician about heart health for Black Americans.
By GlennOaks Media | April 12, 2021
Your guide to shops, eats and Black history in Columbia SC
South Carolina's capitol city is home to an impressive array of restaurants, hangouts, shopping spots and Black history stops
By GlennOaks Media | March 31, 2021
Eric Law, Charlotte Country Day School’s first Black student, speaks on its diversity efforts
He co-chairs a BIPOC Alumni Committee working to foster diversity, equity and inclusion on the south Charlotte campus.
By GlennOaks Media | March 25, 2021
How to find a career you love
Central Piedmont Community College wants to help you define your career path to achieve long-term success.
By Central Piedmont Community College | March 21, 2021
Despite pandemic, Village HeartBEAT stays focused on its mission — reducing health disparities in Black and Brown communities
With in-person exercise sessions suspended because of Covid-19, the Mecklenburg County health program will make greater use of technology.
By GlennOaks Media | March 18, 2021