Tim Johnson and Tracie Watson, both of Charlotte, were among the participants in MeckMin’s continung series of Monday night “We Need to Talk” conversations. The talks began shortly after the June killings of nine African-Americans in a Charleston church. Now the community discussions are focusing on educational equity in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
Tim Johnson and Tracie Watson, both of Charlotte, were among the participants in MeckMin’s continung series of Monday night “We Need to Talk” conversations. The talks began shortly after the June killings of nine African-Americans in a Charleston church. Now the community discussions are focusing on educational equity in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Tim Johnson and Tracie Watson, both of Charlotte, were among the participants in MeckMin’s continung series of Monday night “We Need to Talk” conversations. The talks began shortly after the June killings of nine African-Americans in a Charleston church. Now the community discussions are focusing on educational equity in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com