This City Elected a Mostly Black and Brown Government After a Police Shooting. Can They Overhaul a System Built on Segregation?

As the world reels from the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, protesters across the U.S. are demanding solutions to the structural inequities Black Americans face every day. But the root of these issues is hundreds of years of historic segregation, an ongoing injustice that Charlotte, North Carolina, saw pushed to the […]

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