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The Voice of the Black Community

Black In America

Critically acclaimed journalist, educator and mentor, Soledad O'Brien, hosted a powerful discussion focused on uncovering and sharing empowering stories that take a challenging look at the often divisive issues of race, class, wealth, poverty and opportunity. Joining O'Brien for the panel discussion was Charlotte community leaders Dr. Patrick C. Graham, President & CEO, Urban League of Central Carolinas, Tiffany Capers, Managing Director - Growth, Development, Partnerships, Teach For America, Charlotte and Ron Stodghill, author, journalist and Director, Innovo Laboratory at Johnson C. Smith University. Photos by Pam Palmer, PPT Photography (Click on thumbnails to view larger photos)

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Top Seniors at 40:

The Post's Top Seniors program would not exist without James Cuthbertson. In 1975, Cuthbertson, then a Post reporter, asked a question: Why weren't African American students acknowledged publicly for academic and extracurricular accomplishments? The answer was to create Top Seniors, an annual list of all-star scholars celebrating its 40th class in 2014.