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This article profiles a UNC-Charlotte concert featuring eighteen violins that are relics from the Holocaust, and the stories that these violins are associated with.
Garfield meets with eight people who were sterilized during eugenics in North Carolina between 1929 and 1974.
Reverend Billy Graham’s life is covered, from a dairy farm in Charlotte to packed revivals around the world. After his death at age 99, many reflect on Graham’s impact and ponder the future of his ministry. Now led by his son, Franklin Graham, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and ministry is being steered in a different direction that is political and somewhat unnerving.
How can a person vanish? How can nobody know what happened? For a few families in the Charlotte region—including those of Denise Porch, Asha Degree, and Kyle Fleischmann—these are more than just hypothetical questions.
A deeper dig into Charlotte reveals a surprising hidden history, from textile mills and James Brown records, to sit-ins against discriminatory practices and German prisoners of war in Myers Park.