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25-year-old Raynisha Caldwell decided to organize a peaceful protest march in her home town of Mooresville, and was met with a viral internet backlash of complaints, warnings and even death threats. When she arrived at the police department that was overwhelmed with calls from concerned citizens against the march, she was surprised by the level of support that was offered. With roughly 200 people of various races participating alongside the Mooresville police department and Iredell County Sheriff's Office, the march happened peacefully.
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Working off his Master's thesis in Architecture, A REVITALIZATION PLAN FOR SAXAPAHAW, Mac Jordan champions the development of old textile mills into a wide range of business and community spaces. The once dwindling textile economy of Saxapahaw has been replaced with a vibrant close-knit community fueled by an influx of artisans and entrepreneurs to the little riverside town.
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Geoff Deller is a financial advisor who organizes "luxury experiences" attended by the wealthiest of Charlotte. While most of the participants attend these events for the networking benefits, one of Deller's goals is to foster lasting friendships through shared experience. These relationships, social at first, often lead to charitable partnerships with non-profit initiatives.
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A family plagued with various autoimmune conditions led mother, Gretchen Newkirk, to form a nonalcoholic beverage brewery based on probiotics and live cultures. What began as a home project, shared with friends, evolved into Redemption Brew Works, and sold in more than 80 local stores in the Charlotte Area.
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