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  • One Charlotte

    One Charlotte, a new group with a message of unity which was formed after the riots, launched Sunday with a march from Trade and Tryon to Romare Bearden Park, followed by speeches, a choir and other musical presentations, and food.

One Charlotte, a new group with a message of unity which was formed after the riots, launched Sunday with a march from Trade and Tryon to Romare Bearden Park, followed by speeches, a choir and other musical presentations, and food. Diedra Laird and Kathleen Purvis The Charlotte Observer
One Charlotte, a new group with a message of unity which was formed after the riots, launched Sunday with a march from Trade and Tryon to Romare Bearden Park, followed by speeches, a choir and other musical presentations, and food. Diedra Laird and Kathleen Purvis The Charlotte Observer

ONE Charlotte kicks off with marching, music and prayers

November 06, 2016 5:28 PM