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May 26, 2014 8:47 PM

Remembering Ellijah: Room at courthouse offers canvas of color, hope

A room transformed by bright colors and creative collaboration now offers a protective enclave in the Mecklenburg County Courthouse to children who need it most. The room, in the courthouse reserved for child victims and witnesses, opened this month as a shared effort between the District Attorney’s Office, a local nonprofit and a group of Charlotte artists.

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