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The fight for marriage equality is challenging, especially after North Carolina approved a constitutional amendment against gay marriage.
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After the recession, Charlotte homebuilders lead the way in buying cheap land and selling new house. Tamara Lynch discusses marketing techniques in the south.
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Terry Holland discusses how he ended up as head of the athletic department at East Carolina University.
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Lewis discusses her life before moving to Charlotte and the various hurdles she has endured after running away from a drug-filled household.
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Tavis Smiley discusses his art exhibit 'America I AM: The African American Imprint.'
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Charlotte's 2011 Woman of the Year Rabbi Judy Schindler shares her life story and activism goals.
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Charlotte basketball fans fight to change the Bobcats back to the Hornets.
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Charlotte basketball fans fight to change the Bobcats back to the Hornets.
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In 1987, the Charlotte Hornets were introduced by Kannapolis resident George Shinn. The Hornets were well received and loved by the city until 1999 when Shinn's controversies set unwanted light on the team. Shinn moved his team to New Orleans in 2012 and investment in the Charlotte Bobcats has been difficult. To add fuel to the fire is the worst season in NBA history, and now, a group of fans is calling for the Charlotte Bobcats to return to their original name of Charlotte Hornets.
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