The White Rock Baptist Church has been a fixture where black businessmen forged the groundwork for future and mutual enterprises, where the books of the county’s first public library for African Americans were collected in a basement and where The Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People, still a potent political force, was founded.
Indi Cowie, a soccer freestyle sensation, performed with members of Dorrance Dance, a tap dance company based out of New York City, during a collaborative pop up show in Davis Library at UNC on Tuesday, Jan. 23. The performance was part of a week-
Castrovinci was still a teenager when she went to downtown Durham in 2007 to get her first tattoo, a black star on the back of her neck. It was there that Castrovinci learned that the tattoo shop, which catered to younger customers, was looking for an apprentice.