Saturday Night R&B House Party on WSGE-FM
On The Hook
Bea Thompsons support of  A Sign Of The Times
Alexander Funeral Home
Attorney Michael Todd
View photos of The Savoy Ballroom Meets The Palladium Ballroom Fundraiser Dance (Sept 2014)
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On The Hook

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2013 Scholarship Recipients

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Tyrone receives 2013 Gantt Center Award

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The JBs!! (The James Brown Band)

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Vocalist Toni Tupponce

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Director Tyrone Jefferson

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Dancer Garlana Hill on "Connections"

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Performing Artists - "The History Of R&B and Funk"

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Charlotte Symphony Orchestra String Quartet

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Toni Tupponce "working her magic"

Welcome!

A Sign of the Times of the Carolinas’ is a non-profit 501(C)-3 organization that raises the level of appreciation and support of the performing arts through music, dance and spoken word performances, educational workshops and programs that explore for the full community the contributions of Africans and African-Americans in the history of the world. We are dedicated to improving our community through programs and services that positively reflect the rich musical heritage that is uniquely African American. We value the struggles of our ancestors, the potential of our children, the tenacity of our people and the beauty that exists in all people!

Welcome!

A Sign of the Times of the Carolinas’ is a non-profit 501(C)-3 organization that raises the level of appreciation and support of the performing arts through music, dance and spoken word performances, educational workshops and programs that explore for the full community the contributions of Africans and African-Americans in the history of the world. We are dedicated to improving our community through programs and services that positively reflect the rich musical heritage that is uniquely African American. We value the struggles of our ancestors, the potential of our children, the tenacity of our people and the beauty that exists in all people!

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Black History is Not Just for Black People!

While knowledge of one”s history has many benefits for the individual, the rewards are much greater the community.  We learn the sanguine world and American history in school but not the actual history of native Americans or Africans in the Americas. Black History is invisible to most people; yet it”s invaluable to all people. An […]

Entrer dans Black History via Hip Hop

By Stephen Hicks I am 26 years old. And for 20 or so years, hip-hop has been present. Hip-hop, formulated by New York teenagers in the late 1970s produced a wealth of cultural richness ripe for my impressionable mind. Today, I credit hip-hop’s influence upon my worldview from politics, economics, religion, dietary habits, and fashion. […]