Elizabeth Kincaid of Charlotte speaks to the audience during the Charleston Forum hosted by MeckMin, a 90-minute discussion Monday June 22,2015 about the Charleston tragedy and about how Charlotte should move forward, held at Belk Chapel at Queens University.
Elizabeth Kincaid of Charlotte speaks to the audience during the Charleston Forum hosted by MeckMin, a 90-minute discussion Monday June 22,2015 about the Charleston tragedy and about how Charlotte should move forward, held at Belk Chapel at Queens University. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Elizabeth Kincaid of Charlotte speaks to the audience during the Charleston Forum hosted by MeckMin, a 90-minute discussion Monday June 22,2015 about the Charleston tragedy and about how Charlotte should move forward, held at Belk Chapel at Queens University. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

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