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The Affordable Housing Solution?

There’s at least one big area where nonprofits can make a huge difference: housing.
November 2017

#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 29, Navigating Nonprofits

October 2017

Charlotte’s Contradictory Nonprofit Sphere

Nonprofits need to come together to serve larger goals more broadly, panelists agreed at the October 19 #discussCLT event, “Navigating Nonprofits.”
October 2017

How Do We Solve Charlotte’s Social Distrust Problem?

Issues of law enforcement and public trust—and the upcoming #discussCLT event on nonprofits.
October 2017

#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 28, Ready Citizens

October 2017

Rebooting the Homicide Task Force

Charlotte’s on track for its highest number of homicides in a generation—and citizens, police, and city leaders are revisiting the need for a community group to study the problem.
October 2017

A Weak Review of Post-Scott Police Actions

Charlotte paid $380,000 for an independent review of police response to the Keith Lamont Scott demonstrations last year. An early report, presented to the City Council on Monday, left a lot to be desired.
October 2017

Where, and What, Is Charlotte’s Culture?

Charlotte entrepreneur, photographer, e-commerce manager, and nonprofit coordinator David Butler joined us for the latest #discussCLT podcast episode. He had some things to say about how Charlotte can build a unique culture.
September 2017

#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 27, David Butler

September 2017

One Year After Keith Lamont Scott: What We Can Do

It’s been a year since the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott and the sometimes violent demonstrations that followed. What has Charlotte learned?
September 2017
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