From day one, Rev. Corine Mack has led the Charlotte-Mecklenburg NAACP with a progressive lens. Her election as president of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg NAACP in January 2015 marked the start of an intersectional and inclusive path forward for the entrenched civil rights organization.
Fifty years ago, I was a 16-year old high school student in Miami; and I did not learn about Stonewall until I read my first gay newspaper two years later. Today, almost every high school student in America knows about Stonewall. What was once unmentionable is now part of our country’s political and social history.
A professor at Wake Forest School of Medicine has been honored for his research on transgender community healthcare, the Guilford Green Foundation will hold its granting ceremony on June 29 and First Lutheran Church has been recognized by Reconciling Works (formerly Lutherans Concerned/North America) as a Reconciling in Christ congregation.