Emiene Wright is associate editor at Cardinal & PIne. Before that she was on the 24-hour news desk of the Miami Herald and the Detroit Free Press, and her writing has been featured in Crisis, the Charlotte Observer, and Our State magazine.
As the long-awaited law goes into effect, North Carolina has the fifth most child marriages in the nation.
Hate crimes against US Muslims have exploded by 500% in the years since Sept. 11, 2001. Still, more Muslims than ever are running for elected office and raising their voices for progressive change.
Many rivers, waterfalls, trails and roads are hazardous after Tropical Storm Fred. Here's a list of closures.
A North Carolina infectious disease expert clears the air on who should get the COVID vaccine booster shot, and when.
Charlotte, North Carolina expanded its nondiscrimination ordinance to include housing and employment protections for LGBTQ residents. Advocates are ready to push for more.
History rarely makes a place for Black leisure in the era of segregation. But North Carolina's coast was once a destination for middle-class Black people.
More than five years after HB2 made North Carolina the face of anti-LGBTQ+ policy in the US, NC's largest city moves to protect LGBTQ+ people.