While the 2016 shooting of Keith Lamont Scott gained national attention, the city of Charlotte and the state of North Carolina have long grappled with issues of racism and inequality in the criminal justice system, and in related institutions, from schools to the voting booth. Taking into account the political, historical and demographic currents that shape the story of race in America—and in Charlotte—The Atlantic will pose the question: What would “liberty and justice for all” actually look like in Charlotte? This event is the third in The Atlantic's annual Race and Justice Summit series, which explores racial disparities in justice and access across the country.
Information & Amenities
Age Range:All Ages
Facility Amenities:Accessible by Public Transportation
General Information:Hours of Operation: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm