Posts Tagged ‘ Iris Carter ’

A Discussion on Greensboro’s Racism, Politics and Teen Curfew

Jul 25th, 2013 | By
Teen Curfew Officer Cranford

ShareTweetA Ready Made Article by Matt Amick In an effort to provide a form of journalism free of bias, I am presenting a “ready-made” record of the events or rather the words spoken at the Teen/Parent Meeting held at the Greensboro Public Library on July 24th, 2013.  They are not exact as ears often miss parts of the entire story. 
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The Creative Center: Greensboro’s Best-Kept Arts Secret

Mar 5th, 2012 | By
The Creative Center

ShareTweet There’s a thriving arts community on 900 Sixteenth Street that many people in Greensboro have never heard of called The Creative Center. Originally called The Sanctuary, and then The Greensboro School of Creativity, it was founded in December, 2005 by Chip Bristol. Bristol’s goal was to provide a place of safety for people, and
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