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  • Voices: 1 year after the Keith Lamont Scott shooting

    The fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by a CMPD officer in 2016 began, or changed, the path of some Charlotteans, including the Rev. Amantha Barbee, Patrice Funderburg and Jesse Cureton. In their own voices, they tell their stories.

The fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by a CMPD officer in 2016 began, or changed, the path of some Charlotteans, including the Rev. Amantha Barbee, Patrice Funderburg and Jesse Cureton. In their own voices, they tell their stories. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
The fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by a CMPD officer in 2016 began, or changed, the path of some Charlotteans, including the Rev. Amantha Barbee, Patrice Funderburg and Jesse Cureton. In their own voices, they tell their stories. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer

7 voices: How the Scott shooting changed Charlotte, and the work left to do

September 15, 2017 8:26 AM