Right now I am giving Crossroads Charlotte and everyone involved in producing these videos a STANDING OVATION! I was moved to tears by something in each one. I am SO happy that this organization is taking a hard look at this important issues and presenting them in such an accessible and innovative way. When I lived in Charlotte I had some friends who said it was a city without heart. I believe... read more
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I have a deep abiding love for our city. As a native, I have been witness to her ups and to her downs. With each passing year I am reminded about her uniqueness and her beauty. We are fortunate to have Crossroads Charlotte provide us with a forum where we can share the possibilities and discuss what lies beneath surface - maybe we can bridge the gap between what separates us and what connects us.
What a great way to get people thinking about the future!
Fortress Charlotte, Class Act, and The Beat Goes On all depicted caucasians as bad people, including the reference to the shooting in South Charlotte. Why was the shooting depicted in South Charlotte? These 3 videos were very prejudicial. I certainly don't treat people the way the actors in the videos did.
Wow - what great insight. We all think are problems are the worst, but until we get outside of ourselves, nothing will change. Change starts with each one of us helping someone else.
The walls do need to come down in Charlotte - look at crime, housing, jobs, and education. If we all make an effort with our individual talents, we could change lives and strengthen Charlotte.
We all need to come together as a community and work to support and encourage each other - no one should be sleeping outside with all the resources the US has available.
I don't need to wait 10 years, this is my neighborhood now. I have seen the 600+ homes in my westside neighborhood change dramatically in the past few years. Once a safe, family friendly community where everone owned and took pride in their homes. The adults worked together to offer the neighborhood a pool with a swim team, organized football, baseball and softball; a place where ... read more
It would be really nice if everyone could learn to get along like this, and I feel like this is the direction we're headed. At least I hope so.
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