Sorting Out Charlotte

  • Saturday, April 10, 2021
  • 11:00 AM (EDT)
  • Virtual Lecture hosted via Zoom
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Dr. Tom Hanchett, retired staff historian for Levine Museum of the New South, visits to talk about the new edition of his UNC Press history of Charlotte, entitled Sorting Out the New South City. It traces how Charlotte became a big city — and delves deeply into the surprising story of how we became segregated, both by race and class. It’s powerful history that can help us understand issues that are swirling in the headlines today. 

Click here for options to purchase Tom's book, Sorting Out the New South City, via Amazon.

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