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Guest Blogger: Eric Mullis, Triptych Collective

Feb. 05, 2014 / 115 Comments
Through lectures, panel discussions, book signings, workshops, walking tours and more, Levine Museum offers a wide variety of fun, learning opportunities. The Museum provides historical context for contemporary issues, thoughtful community forums, and explorations of the sights, sounds and ideas of the Carolina Piedmont.
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Guest Blogger: Kevin Vandiver, Charlotte Freedom School Partners

May. 22, 2014 / 91 Comments
The current Faces of Freedom Summer photo exhibit looks back at the historic 1964 efforts by college students to register African American voters in Mississippi. As part of that project, activists organized Freedom Schools to awaken African American youth to black history and their rights as citizens. Today a new generation of Freedom Schools aims to help young people turn summers into a time of scholarly advancement. Our guest blogger, Kevin Vandiver works as the Development Coordinator for Charlotte Freedom School Partners.
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Guest Blogger: Patricia Atilano Co-organizer of The Changing South: Women in Poetry & local writer

Mar. 26, 2014 / 4 Comments
Being a women in any part of the world, is a passionate challenge that transforms with supreme beauty in her environment. Woman is beauty, and beauty is woman.
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Meet Museum Members: Kevin Deery and Mary Strubble Deery

May. 02, 2017 / 419 Comments
From Southerners whose families have lived in Charlotte for generations, to folks who have just moved to Charlotte, Levine Museum has more than 500 members. Each month, read about our biggest supporters in our member Q&A.
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Meet Museum Members: Polly & Marcia

Jun. 07, 2017 / 215 Comments
Polly and Marcia moved from London just over a year ago and have felt right at home at Levine Museum of the New South.
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Welcoming Week | Latin American Coalition

Sep. 20, 2016 / 169 Comments
For Welcoming Week we interviewed three organizations that support Charlotte's immigration and refugee community. Each organization supports families from around the world now living in Charlotte. The Latin American Coalition works toward making our city a more welcoming community.
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Who's in the Room?

Oct. 23, 2014 / 74 Comments
While interning for the Education Department at Levine Museum of the New South this summer, I've heard community members time and again comment, “Now, the Levine Museum does history the right way.” Over the course of this summer, I've increasingly understood what it means to “do history” the “right way.”
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