Business owners see a need for community building | WFAE

Shaun Corbett and fellow business owners and nonprofit leaders talked to reporters Friday afternoon outside his barber shop, Da Lucky Spot, on North Tryon St. (David Boraks/WFAE)
Shaun Corbett and fellow business owners and nonprofit leaders talked to reporters Friday afternoon outside his barber shop, Da Lucky Spot, on North Tryon St. (David Boraks/WFAE)

The police killing of Keith Scott on Tuesday and nightly protests since then have hit Charlotte’s black community hard. People are dealing with anger, fear and concern about the community’s long-term challenges.  I covered a press conference on North Tryon Street with black business owners Friday afternoon, and talked to WFAE All Things Considered host Mark Rumsey afterward. Listen here:

Sept. 23, 2016, WFAE.org, “Business Owners See A Need For Community Building

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