Native Charlottean Dr. Sheron C. Patterson, whose father was one of the first African Americans to integrate the Charlotte police department, says she feels the anger, frustration and fear of both police and Black Lives Matter movement.
Native Charlottean Dr. Sheron C. Patterson, whose father was one of the first African Americans to integrate the Charlotte police department, says she feels the anger, frustration and fear of both police and Black Lives Matter movement. Courtesy of Dr. Sheron C. Patterson
Native Charlottean Dr. Sheron C. Patterson, whose father was one of the first African Americans to integrate the Charlotte police department, says she feels the anger, frustration and fear of both police and Black Lives Matter movement. Courtesy of Dr. Sheron C. Patterson

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