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42886
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William Munn, N.C. Justice Center scholar stresses the importance of thinking on the "three North Carolinas"; namely, the urban, the white rural and the Black Belt. Munn, a graduate of Goldsboro High School, completed a doctoral dissertation at N.C. A&T State University in 2016 entitled, "Running Away from Home: Social and Economic Explanators of Net Migration in North Carolina Black Belt Counties".
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42885
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One of North Carolina's 200 licensed wineries is Locklear Vineyard and Winery in Maxton. Started by Charlie Locklear and his two sons about 15 years ago, the business is family run.
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42887
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The issue of who would pay for cleaning up Duke Energy's accidental spill of 39,000 of coal ash into the Dan River some seven years ago had been a matter of much dispute until an agreement this year that awaits ratification by the N.C. Utilities Commission.
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42901
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in 1992, Eva M. Clayton made history when she became the first Black woman in North Carolina to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives. She first ran for the U.S. House in 1968. After leaving Congress in 2003, she accepted a post in Rome with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
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42889
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While COVID-19 has had disastrous consequences for the restaurant industry, it has created some intriguing opportunities. Carrie Hegnauer opened City Kitch in 2013 as a shared kitchen near UNC Charlotte. In 2020, City Kitch partnered with Charlotte investor Todd Collins and his business Red Hill Ventures.
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"Three iconic N.C. families back an investment venture that starts with $1.35 billion under management." Launched in February 2021, Charlotte based New Republic Partners became the sixth-largest registered investment advisory firm in the Carolinas. Three influential North Carolina families; Belk, Close and Bowles have joined forces under New Republic to offer, investment, advisory and credit solutions for individuals, families, endowment, foundations and advisors. Investors with $10 million or more are the target audience for the firm's complete array or services.
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