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WFAE's Charlotte Talks-Building an Inclusive City: Charlotte’s African American Leaders Share Their Visions

When: Wed., Feb. 21, 7-8:30 p.m. 2018
Price: Free with registration
Charlotte finds itself in a unique moment: Many of its top political and civic leaders are African-American. At a time when many of the city’s biggest problems center on inequities along racial lines, it seems like an historic opportunity. WFAE’s Charlotte Talks gathers some of these leaders to talk about their visions on building an inclusive city. Hosts – Charlotte Talks’ Mike Collins and Qcitymetro’s Glenn Burkins Confirmed Panelists: + Vi Lyles, Mayor of Charlotte + Marcus Jones, Charlotte City Manager + Kerr Putney, Chief of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department + Spencer Merriweather, Mecklenburg County District Attorney


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