The Charlotte Observer recently produced a documentary about the Brooklyn neighborhood of Charlotte. It accompanies a retrospective article the newspaper published remembering the Brooklyn neighborhood of Charlotte. See: Brooklyn was the center of black life in Charlotte. Until the bulldozers arrived.
This video has been added to the Brooklyn Oral History site that grew out of Dr. Karen Flint’s “Oral History and Memory ” class at University of North Carolina, Charlotte with two sets of graduate students in 2004 and 2007.
The key to working efficiently is not repeating work you have already done. Have single sources, if the information you need is already published elsewhere link to it, do not copy. If you copy you will need to waste time to keep each version of the information up to date, you are introducing more opportunities for errors to occur, and confusing people who are trying to find the authoritative source.
Don’t do it!
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