Tom Hanchett

Levine Museum of the New South

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Staff historian at the Levine Museum of the New South

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As we wait for the re-nomination of America's first black president, it's worth pointing out that Charlotte was a focal point of the Civil Rights movement and integration.

America's First Black President and the 'False Promise of Integration'

As we wait for the re-nomination of America's first black president, it's worth pointing out that Charlotte was a focal point of the Civil Rights movement and integration.

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As we wait for the re-nomination of America's first black president, it's worth pointing out that Charlotte was a focal point of the Civil Rights movement and integration.

America's First Black President and the 'False Promise of Integration'

As we wait for the re-nomination of America's first black president, it's worth pointing out that Charlotte was a focal point of the Civil Rights movement and integration.

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