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Carolina Impact: Season 8

February 23, 2021 - Seeking Unity | Diversity-Equity-Inclusion

Carolina Impact: Seeking Unity | Diversity-Equity-Inclusion

A panel of young Charlotte professionals discuss diversity, equity and inclusion in their own lives and in society on Carolina Impact: Seeking Unity.

February 9, 2021

Carolina Impact: February 9, 2021

Historic shotgun houses are finding a new life, Village Heart B.E.A.T. partners with local churches to promote wellness, dogs and their owners learn and compete at the Charlotte Dog Training Club and Stuart Watson started questioning his life history after being fired from his job.



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The Charlotte Dog Training Club

The Charlotte Dog Training Club offers lots of ways for dogs and their owners to bond and work together, from puppy classes to agility, tracking and other competitive training classes.

Village HeartBEAT: Promoting Health in Charlotte

Village Heart B.E.A.T., a Mecklenburg County fitness program, partners with local churches to help improve health and wellness.

Shotgun Houses: Old Homes, New Neighborhood - Carolina Impac

It's Charlotte's original affordable housing, and now two of these historic 'shotgun houses' are finding new life in a new neighborhood.




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Journalist Stuart Watson Examines His History

Stuart Watson had a successful career as an investigative journalist but it wasn’t until he got fired that he started searching for answers in his own life.

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