Read about an early feminist, an ardent baseball player, and efforts to reclaimed neglected Black neighborhoods — and the memories they hold.
After decades of neglect, one neighborhood led the charge to revitalize Chavis Memorial Park, an attraction built for Raleigh’s Black families in 1937.
Visit these spaces that invite you to reflect on our complicated history with our African American community.
We’ve rounded up many ways to celebrate Black History Month in the Triangle from personal pilgrammages to local landmarks to outings to fun festivals.
On Saturday, Raleigh-area residents get together to attempt to beat the Guinness World Record for the Longest Soul Train Dance.