WFAE Community Conversation: Building Trust – Where does Charlotte go from

The recent shooting by police of Keith Scott and the unrest that followed has revealed problems in Charlotte, not unlike those we’ve witnessed in other parts of the country. But, what happened here doesn’t sit well with longtime Charlotteans who thought we had a tradition of solving problems “the Charlotte Way.” In a special two-hour […]

WCNC’s Flashpoint 1&2 – Finding Real Solutions in Charlotte

WCNC’s Beth Troutman interviewed Senator Joel Ford, and RMJJ Co-Chairs, Clerk of Superior Court, Elisa Chinn-Gary and Juvenile Court Judge, Louis Trosch, Jr. on Flashpoint. The panel discussed how to find real solutions in Charlotte following last week’s shooting and the community’s response. They suggest starting the work where you are – and from where […]

NPR’s Here and Now – Long Before the Protests…

The third night of protests in Charlotte, North Carolina, was peaceful. But pressure is mounting on the city to release a video showing the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. Here & Now’s Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with University of North Carolina-Charlotte professor Susan McCarter and RMJJ Leadership Team member about some of the city’s […]