Molly De Marco's blog
Casting a vote in North Carolina’s presidential primary that might actually make a difference this year is a good reason to get to the polls on March 15th, but you can’t just stop there.
Choosing party nominees for a number of statewide races to be decided in November is one thing, but for the Orange County Board of Commissioners races this year, the Democratic primary is the competitive election that matters, as no Republicans filed to run.
Should the InterFaith Council for Social Services' food servies and a Piedmont Health clinic be co-located with Phoenix Academy and the state-run preschool program at a redeveloped Lincoln Center? This is the question before the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP, Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce, Organizing Against Racism-Orange, Movement of Youth, and the NAACP Youth Council are sponsoring their second in a series of community forums on equity in our Orange County schools.
The commuity forum will now be
January 23rd, 2016 February 20, 2016 from 1 to 4 pm at the United Church of Chapel Hill.
Information provided by the sponsors follows:
For Chapel Hill-Carrboro parents, students, and all who are invested in our having schools that are excellent for ALL students, please come to this forum. We will discuss the recent report and recommendations from the Campaign for Racial Equity and get your input and priorities on these important issues. On-line registration is requested, if possible to help us plan logistics.
The talking-at-elected-officials-at-podiums-at-7-p.m. model isn’t working for the great majority of residents in our community. This method excludes too many people, and it privileges those who can spend many hours participating in lengthy meetings.
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