On Friday, April 6, 2018, the Winston-Salem Urban League will host the Chicago Freedom Movement Photo Exhibit from 6 pm to 8 pm at the Urban League Event Center located at 510 N. Trade Street. The exhibit features rare historic color photographs of Dr. King and other civil rights leaders. The Chicago Freedom Movement Photography Exhibit is a small but revealing snapshot of Dr. Martin Luther King's visit and marches in Chicago, and of both the ugliness and beauty of the response to open housing by the people of Chicago. In remembrance and celebration of the Chicago Freedom Movement's fight for...

Forsyth Tech Technology Skills for Life & Employment Course is a FREE 30-hour course covering everything from basic computer skills, to how to complete an online job application, interviewing techniques, communication skills and much more.  By completing the course you will become eligible to purchase a refurbished laptop computer at a greatly reduced price. To be considered for participation in this training and computer purchase program, you must first meet the following criteria: •    You don’t have a working computer at home •    You are unemployed or meet the income criteria •    You live in the target neighborhoods or surrounding area. [edgtf_button size="" type="" text="Register Now" custom_class="" icon_pack="font_awesome" fa_icon=""...

Consultative Sales Associate - Home Appliances Sears Holdings Corporation  -  Winston-Salem, NC View details to share this job  The Consultative Sales Associate is responsible for enhancing the experience of members and driving profitable sales of Home Appliance area by providing proactive consultative sales assistance...

W-S Urban League Members in the news! Burke family has a legacy of public service By Todd Luck, W-S Chronicle For the last 40 years, local residents have been casting their votes for members of the Burke family. Winston-Salem Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke first ran in 1977, winning her seat to represent the Northeast Ward on the Board of Aldermen, which is now known as the Winston-Salem City Council. She was one of the first two African-American women elected to the board; the other being Dr. Virginia Newell, who was also elected that year. Cont…   Endia Beal makes art to inspire and give voice...