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FAQ City: How Are You Feeling?

Protesters demonstrated near Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department headquarters Saturday night.
Jesse Steinmetz
Protesters demonstrated near Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department headquarters Saturday night.



This weekend... this week... this month... has been a lot.

Monday night marked the fourth night of protests in Charlotte as a wave of nationwide protests continue in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis. Throughout the weekend, thousands of protesters have expressed a range of emotions in Charlotte.


Which is why FAQ City wants to hear from you.



How are you feeling about the events of the past week, between the protests and the pandemic? Do you have a story that you want to share? What questions do you have for WFAE journalists covering the demonstrations and state of emergency?

Share your questions, your comments or your stories in the box below, and we’ll try to feature them in an upcoming episode of the FAQ City podcast.

FAQ City and WFAE are committed to finding the answers and amplifying our community’s voices. Whether you're staying in, or starting to navigate the outside world again, we’re here to help you through uncertain times. We bring you facts - and humanity. For continued coverage and to support this local news service, go to wfae.org.


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