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for Charlotte Magazine Vol. 21 Issue 5, May 2016
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The Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board reviews its student assignment policies every six years; this year, it has focused on concerns that the area’s schools are increasingly segregated by race and class. Here, two advocates share their views about how to proceed.
Small store holds out for four decades in a rapidly changing neighborhood. Hall’s Clock Shop is only open for a few hours three days a week, but still gets enough business in those few hours to keep the father and son staff busy for the rest of the week.
Paul Booe was a beloved mixed martial arts trainer who taught hundreds of students how to fight their way out of difficult situations. But few people knew the battles being waged in his head, until one day, Mother’s Day 2015, he was gone.
Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build now reaches across the globe, but the first home is still in Charlotte, and the first owner still lives there.