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  • "Save our Slaves" sign draws backlash

    A sign from neighborhood advocates who want to stop a planned Topgolf location in north Charlotte sparked controversy Monday night.

A sign from neighborhood advocates who want to stop a planned Topgolf location in north Charlotte sparked controversy Monday night. City of Charlotte
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‘Save our slaves’ sign causes controversy at Charlotte City Council meeting Monday

June 20, 2017 6:00 AM