coronaHOPE: GiveBuyHi

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Giving Good

Local Couple Doing Justice to their Name While some people were struggling to find ways to stay occupied during quarantine, others were struggling to find ways to pay their bills. Even though there was a no-eviction law put in place, hotels were still threatening to evict their tenants. In order to keep those families from becoming homeless, a couple began raising money to support those who needed it.  Tanise and … Read More

coronaHOPE: GiveBuyHi

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Coronahope

Local Couple Doing Justice to their Name While some people were struggling to find ways to stay occupied during quarantine, others were struggling to find ways to pay their bills. Even though there was a no-eviction law put in place, hotels were still threatening to evict their tenants. In order to keep those families from becoming homeless, a couple began raising money to support those who needed it.  Tanise and … Read More

The Mural Panel Project

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Mural Making a Museum

Local Artists Inspiring Conversation and Dialogue On Friday, July 3rd, artists Makayla Binter, Matthew Clayburn, LordPhly, and Adelle Patten repainted mural panels on our front steps (200 E. 7th Street). These murals are part of The Mural Panel Project and in direct response to the development of the BLM movement in Charlotte. The Mural Panel Project is an interactive mural … Read More

coronaHOPE: Justice, Equality, and an End to Oppression

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Our Artists

An Open Letter On Fighting For All Those Who Fought Before Me Hi everyone, The word ‘hope’ means many different things for many different people. In the age of the coronavirus, many hope for a vaccine, to simply see their friends, or be able to eat at their favorite restaurant. Although I hope for these things as well, I also … Read More

coronaHOPE: “History is all around us”

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Homes

Dr. Tom Hanchett’s new self-guided walking tours At a time when folks are buying masks from local entrepreneurs and beginning to venture back out into the world (while social distancing of course!), our friend Dr. Tom Hanchett decided to do what he knows best: Share history with the Charlotte community. Dr. Tom Hanchett, the historian-in-residence at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, is … Read More