Opinion | Why I’m torn about this sudden surge of Black love
People are willing to talk about race with more empathy and nuance than I ever thought possible. Still, I’m wrestling with questions.
By Jonathan McFadden | June 16, 2020
3 Charlotte universities unite to promote ‘racial healing’ in community
The effort by Johnson C. Smith University, Queens University of Charlotte and UNC Charlotte is part of a larger initiative.
By Glenn Burkins | January 29, 2020
After deadly attack on Pittsburgh synagogue, Charlotte’s faith leaders call for love, unity
Three days after a gunman killed 11 worshipers inside a Jewish center in Pittsburgh, members of Charlotte’s faith community came […]
By Glenn Burkins | October 31, 2018
Auntie Maxine might have been wrong, but it felt so good
Why are Democrats still playing nice? America has proven that it worships a thug masculinity that bullies citizens and leads by division.
By Gerald Terrell Jr. | June 29, 2018
Race continues to divide black and white Southerners, Winthrop Poll finds
The poll, taken in 11 Southern States, asked residents about their attitudes toward race, religion, Confederate monuments and the economy, among other issues.
By QCity Metro | November 8, 2017
Rev. William Barber to deliver Sunday evening sermon at Myers Park Baptist
Barber's topic will be race and the complex issues around race in the United States, according to the church’s website.
By QCity Metro | November 12, 2016
‘Courageous Conversations’: Charlotte residents speak out about race, hate and violence
At the McColl Center for Art + Innovation, a group of Charlotte residents came together Tuesday night to talk about violence and racial enmity.
By Glenn Burkins | August 3, 2016
YWCA to host forum on race relations
Qcitymetro Editor Glenn H. Burkins will help headline a panel discussion next month about police and race relations in Charlotte. […]
By QCity Metro Staff | October 19, 2015
New S.C. polls shows strong support for decision to remove Confederate flag
Removing the Confederate flag from the statehouse in South Carolina was the right thing to do, according to a majority of of those who answered a Winthrop University poll.
By Glenn Burkins | September 30, 2015