From left, Tim Johnson of Charlotte and Tracie Watson of Charlotte participated in MeckMin’s first “We Need to Talk” gathering, last month in Belk Chapel at Queens University of Charlotte. The discussions, launched in the wake of the Charleston shootings, are continuing every Monday night through August 31. The next one is Monday, July 13, at Johnson C. Smith University.
From left, Tim Johnson of Charlotte and Tracie Watson of Charlotte participated in MeckMin’s first “We Need to Talk” gathering, last month in Belk Chapel at Queens University of Charlotte. The discussions, launched in the wake of the Charleston shootings, are continuing every Monday night through August 31. The next one is Monday, July 13, at Johnson C. Smith University. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
From left, Tim Johnson of Charlotte and Tracie Watson of Charlotte participated in MeckMin’s first “We Need to Talk” gathering, last month in Belk Chapel at Queens University of Charlotte. The discussions, launched in the wake of the Charleston shootings, are continuing every Monday night through August 31. The next one is Monday, July 13, at Johnson C. Smith University. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

MeckMin community dialogue continues Monday at Johnson C. Smith University

July 13, 2015 02:39 PM