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  • Before there was a NoDa, there was North Davidson Street

    Brandon Miller, executive director of the Youth Education Society, speaks to Charlotte City Council on Monday, Sept. 26, about how Charlotte's changing neighborhoods feed into the root causes of unrest that's rocked the city since Keith Lamont Scott was shot and killed last week.

Before there was a NoDa, there was North Davidson Street

Brandon Miller, executive director of the Youth Education Society, speaks to Charlotte City Council on Monday, Sept. 26, about how Charlotte's changing neighborhoods feed into the root causes of unrest that's rocked the city since Keith Lamont Scott was shot and killed last week.
The Charlotte Observer