On this week’s episode we were joined by Crystal Rountree, Executive Director of Teach for America, Charlotte Piedmont Triad to learn more about Teach for America and their illustrious alumni making an impact in the Charlotte community. We also learn about Edward Dilworth Latta’s Acrimonious Charlotte Exit and are supported, as always, by Supportive Guy
This week the boys were joined by Angel Johnston and Adria Focht from the Charlotte Museum of History and learned all about the museum’s mission and our favorite Charlotte history highlights.
Our history segment this week closed out our series of the Fusion movement with The Wilmington White Supremacist Insurrection of 1898
As always we would be #humbled and #flattered by your vote for Charlotte Magazine’s BOB awards. Link is here.
This week we were joined by Dalton and Miriam Espaillat from Sabor to hear their incredible story of building a Charlotte restaurant empire and their exciting workforce development work. We also discuss the white supremacist backlash to the Fusion movement in 1898.
Additionally, the Charlotte Magazine BOB award voting is LIVE. You can vote for your favorite podcast HERE.
This week we drafted Thanksgiving dishes, had a fascinating conversion with the founders of the Hue House (a creative agency building bridges between creatives of color and Charlotte’s cultural and government institutions), learned the origin stories of a few charlotte roads, and received some Thanksgiving tips from Supportive Guy