Where’s the outrage?

How many Black students need to fail before we pay attention?
By Arthur Griffin Jr. | September 8, 2021

Our education crisis and the start of a new school year

We need to double down on our efforts to both mitigate climate impacts and ensure our education system is meeting the needs of all our future workers.
By Jennifer Watson Roberts | August 30, 2021

7 tips for acing an online job interview

Remote work is here to stay - here's how to ace your next interview.
By Stacey Woods | August 29, 2021

NGAAP Philanthropic Collective gives back, gives Black in Charlotte

It may surprise you to learn that members of NGAAP Charlotte have played a vital role in the evolution and expansion of Black philanthropy worldwide.
By Valaida Fullwood | August 27, 2021

Charlotte’s NDO is a great beginning, but work remains

It is heartening to see society moving forward in accepting our LGBTQ+ neighbors and valuing a group that has long lived in fear of exclusion and violence.
By Jennifer Watson Roberts | August 13, 2021

Thank you, Nikole Hannah-Jones

Hannah-Jones has given us all one more reason to acknowledge and work to end systemic racism in North Carolina.
By Jennifer Watson Roberts | July 21, 2021

The lesser of two evils

The Republican-led assault on voting rights is being facilitated by some within the Democratic Party.
By Oscar H. Blayton | July 21, 2021

We need a fair and transparent redistricting process

Local officials must draw voting districts in a way that allows for citizen input.
By Harry Taylor | July 21, 2021

Our schools need resources to reduce racial disparities

Racial disparities have continued since the 1999 judicial decision that ended busing, and reducing school funding would only make things worse.
By Jennifer Watson Roberts | June 30, 2021

There was never a ‘Juneteenth shooting’ in Charlotte

One year ago, we were directly in the heart of a COVID-19 pandemic. Our nation was on fire figuratively and […]
By Justin Perry | June 19, 2021