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One Meck
Advocates for fair & equal educational opportunities for all Charlotte-Mecklenburg students.
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“It is impossible to learn about equity and true inclusive communities if one is always approaching poor people or people who are of a different race from a...
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One Meck Dec 16
“In fact, the school board might be uncomfortable with the probability that a new citizen advisory panel wouldn’t be satisfied asking questions about scissors. It would push for...
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One Meck Dec 12
Appreciate Wake County’s consistency.
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One Meck Dec 7
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One Meck Dec 6
I spoke with Carol Sawyer who said the 9:30am CMS Policy Committee would be live-streamed today. I will be sure to share the stream so folks can see the meeting or go back and check it at their convenience....
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One Meck Dec 5
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One Meck Nov 25
Glad to hear discussion of County engagement. This is a community challenge which will require all 3 bodies of government intentionally engaging in this work alongside long-time residents with full buy in from our development, business, nonprofit...
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One Meck Nov 24
Join the community reading of The Color of Law. Read it and think about the use of the terms like “neighborhood school” and “market forces.” Learn the true history of our nation, our community, and commit to collective action following your new or...
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One Meck Nov 19
“While acknowledging the harmed is important in addiction recovery, making amends is the next crucial step — and one that Charlotte constantly avoids. To truly recover, CMS needs to immediately begin...
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One Meck Nov 17
Janeen Bryant is leading a brilliant, interactive workshop tomorrow around educational equity, our district’s most urgent need!
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One Meck Nov 8
OneMECK is proud to partner with First Baptist Church-West and Myers Park United Methodist Church in the book read and community engagement to action around The Color of Law. Join us in this work at this critical time!
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One Meck Nov 3
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One Meck Oct 24
Regarding Charlotte Agenda's (Andrew Dunn) editorial against the housing bonds, OneMECK has the following response. Mr. Dunn is campaigning to Vote NO for the Bonds. Voting No for the Bonds is detrimental to...
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One Meck Oct 22
“The city that made desegregation work is now the most segregated school district in North Carolina. The creation of municipal charter schools will only make matters worse. We urge Charlotte’s powerful...
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One Meck Oct 22
Increasing access to higher level opportunities throughout our district from K-12 is a top priority moving forward.
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One Meck Oct 2
Important reading. We have the chance to be not only local, but national leaders if we truly match our words with actions.
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One Meck Sep 2
This is VITAL in understanding and impacting the future of development, housing, and opportunity in this community for decades to come.
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One Meck Aug 29
“Jeter, who represented Huntersville, said CMS critics aren’t looking at the big picture. “They go off and think . . . they’re worried about the kids. No they’re not,” Jeter said. “They’re...
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One Meck Aug 29
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One Meck Aug 29
“The Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board passed an act Tuesday that could dramatically change school construction and boundaries in suburban towns, a move members said was a response to the passage of a...
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