Rev. Dierdre Parker, pastor a Speaks Temple, recently received an extremely racist/hateful anonymous letter at her church. There was a large community outpouring of support following news of this letter.
On this episode of A Real Dialogue, Zach sits down with school board candidate Nelson Beaulieu. Nelson is a army veteran and adjunct professor of history at UNCW and Cape Fear. Beaulieu also
Have you ever drove down Market & 3rd streets in Downtown Wilmington? Have you seen the large statue honoring George Davis, Attorney General of the Confederacy & brother of Jefferson
Support The Port hosted it’s 3rd Annual Stop The Violence, Start The Peace Rally in Portia Hines Park. Hundreds came together in the name of peace enjoying live music, food,
Chairman of the New Hanover County School Board, Ed Higgins, quoted words from MLK at the 50 Year Commemoration last Wednesday. As an admirer of Dr. King, it seems odd
A commemoration was held last Wednesday night, April 4th, to honor of Dr. King. As many know, Dr. King was originally scheduled to speak at Williston Senior High School as
We are so lucky to have had Mr. Ronald Jones on this week’s episode of A Real Dialogue. Ronald Jones has spent most of his life incarcerated, and is what is classified
The inaugural Free Movement Conference descended on Wilmington the weekend of March 23rd. Numerous social justice workshops were held throughout the weekend! Check out some of our coverage below!
Thousands marched from the 100 block of Walnut street to the steps of the Alton Lennon Federal Building this past Saturday, peacefully protesting gun violence. The procession was led by
This week on A Real Dialogue, Zach & Joseph were honored to speak with Larry Reni Thomas. Larry Reni Thomas, a native of Wilmington, North Carolina, is a writer/radio announcer/lecturer based