#STANDWITHBENNETT Greensboro is the center of the civil rights movement. We proudly will boast that our institutions of higher learning and rich history including the Underground Railroad powered by the Quakers and the brave enslaved African captive running from the kidnappers who held themselves and family in slavery for hundreds of years. The Quakers […]Read more "Happy Birthday Martin Luther King – Greensboro Visit"
One of my first jobs was at the African American Atelier. The first major Jewelry sale I ever made was to the African American Atelier’s Gift Store. For 25 years The African American Atelier has been an Anchor in the Greensboro Community, Educating and Nurturing the Artist in all of us young and old. […]Read more "Happy Anniversary African American Atelier!"
Sit-In Movement 54th Anniversary Quincy Jones – The 2014 Alston-Jones International Civil & Human Rights Award Clarence Avant – The 2014 Trailblazer Award Joseph McNeil – Civil Rights Pioneer & Greenboro 4 Jabreel Khazan – Civil Rights Pioneer & Greenboro 4 Franklin McCain, Jr. – Son Of Civil Rights Pioneer & Greenboro 4 – Founder […]Read more "SPOTTV (QVTV) Quincy Jones & Clarence Avant Join Greensboro 4 in Receiving Awards"
For Immediate Release Gate City Block Party: A Celebration of the Gate City Community Greensboro, NC On Saturday, July 25, 2015 at 1:00pm the Gate City Block Association, Founded by Erica Lanier Lindsay, will host a community Block Party on the Gate City and Martin St Douglas Park Block. […]Read more "Gate City Block Party 2015"