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President Trump was impeached for inciting his supporters to storm the U.S. Capitol. The violence and its aftermath will be an enduring symbol of his four years in the White House.
CHARLOTTE TALKS WITH MIKE COLLINS
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PRO-TRUMP PROTESTS & ATTACK ON THE CAPITOL
BIDEN WHITE HOUSE TRANSITION UPDATES
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  • Charlotte-based band Moa made the most out of 2020. From contributing an original song to the Netflix true crime documentary “Night Stalker” to hosting an eye-catching virtual performance at Charlotte’s Neighborhood Theatre and releasing a hauntingly beautiful debut album, the four-piece ambient music group created sparks in a year of darkness.
  • Andra Gillespie is director of the James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race and Difference at Emory University in Atlanta. Gillespie writes and teaches about race and American politics. As you can imagine, these past four years she’s been busy. In the latest SouthBound, she talks about our current world of politics and where we're headed from here.
WFAE brings together journalists and community members for a night of entertainment and conversation. Think TED Talk or the Moth except with stories from journalists and Charlotte locals.
Jan. 26, 7 - 8:30 p.m.

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Charlotte Journalism Collaborative and BOOM Charlotte formed a partnership of journalists and artists to tell stories of COVID-19's impact on our communities.
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