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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

 
  
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