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for Independent Weekly Vol. 5 Issue 8, April 23-May6 1987
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In the past, North Carolina’s cities and counties have been run by all-white governments. But now, 22 years after the Voting Rights Act of 1965, local government structures are changing so that blacks can finally get elected. At least 30 local governments are in the process of changing to systems that are no longer solely inclusive of white politicians.