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The Color of Law Charlotte organizing group is taking a new approach to our Community Discussion events. Our intent is to help the community better understand the Affordable Housing Crisis and how our historical laws/policies have created this situation.


Heal Charlotte —We are an organization here to serve the community, to build trust and a legitimate bond between the community, its laborers, and officials. We are here to serve and create an open dialogue between the citizens, police and elected officials of our community.

Champions Inspiring Trust

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Champions Men’s Affiliate Grows Ranks and Programs

WIE Champions comprises a group of over 100 diverse men who support the mission of WIE and want to extend the community dialogue to other men in Charlotte. Together, they examine and discuss racial fears embedded in work interactions, education, and public policy and the impact that erodes cross-cultural trust.  The Champions meet on a regular basis to discuss items of importance in the Charlotte community and actively participate in events, activities and to further WIE’s mission.

TO2 8875To further their impact in 2018, three programs were presented at the Levine Museum of the New South (LMNS) with the theme, Inspiring Trust to Transform Charlotte at the Levine Museum of the New South and sponsored by The Kaleidoscope Group.  Over 150 people participated in the programs including a showing of film clips from the Color of Fear, a documentary with eight North American men — two African American, two Latinos, two Asian American and two Caucasian who were gathered by director Lee Mun Wah, for a dialog about the state of race relations in America as seen through their eyes. In a separate session the Champions held a more in-depth program showing the entire film and continued their discussion further.

Finally, in partnership with the Levine Museum of the New South, the film 9/4/57 was shown featuring a interview by WBTV reporter Steve Crump who interviewed Dorothy Counts-Scoggins regarding her experiences as the first African American student to integrate Harding High School in Charlotte. The interview was followed by a spirited Q&A session from the audience.

If you or someone you know would like to join the Champions, send us an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will add you to our meeting distribution list.

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