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Post Foundation forum tackles intra-ethnic crime and punishment

Published Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Activists: Accountability and action needed

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Post Foundation hosts second forum on intraracial crime

Published Saturday, July 28, 2018

Henderson Hill keynotes July 26 meeting

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Arthur Griffin is the 2018 Luminary

Published Saturday, July 7, 2018

Growing up poor in First Ward and Fairview Homes, Griffin learned the value of justice and equity in education. A graduate of now-demolished Second Ward High in the old Brooklyn neighborhood, Griffin attended NC A&T University but dropped out. Soon he was leading a US Army infantry platoon in Vietnam.

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Northwest School Of The Artsí Corey Mitchell Is

Published Saturday, July 7, 2018

He was a finalist for world’s best teacher and he’s won national and state awards for theater education. Now Corey Mitchell of Northwest School of the Arts is The Charlotte Post Foundation’s Educator of the Year.

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Kyle Polanco is the 2018 Top Senior

Published Saturday, July 7, 2018

“I’ve always wanted to be an example to other minorities, that they can do it too,” Polanco said. “I just wanted to inspire them to never let racism or prejudice ideals to deter them from achieving their goals and aspirations. Unfortunately, there are many people out there who believe that just because someone is non-white that they are automatically inferior. Minorities such as my peers and I are in an educational system that is not in our favor. That’s why it’s imperative that we all strive, especially myself, in our studies and not waver.”

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Aneesha Tucker is 2018 Top Senior runner up

Published Saturday, July 7, 2018

Tucker, who has earned a Morehead-Cain scholarship to UNC-Chapel Hill, hasn’t decided on a major, but is already thinking of how to parlay her professional choice – dentistry – into a vehicle for service. “I’m leaning toward dentistry and going to dental school,” she said. “That’s where I’m at right now, but as far as my undergraduate degree, I don’t know which I want to pursue. I was looking at biomedical engineering for tweaking some of the processes for dental hygiene so people in underdeveloped country would be able to have better access to things like that.”

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Top Seniors honored with Charlotte Post Foundation soiree

Published Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Inaugural showcase highlights scholars

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Herschel H. and Cornelia N. Everett Foundation Grants $10,000

Published Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Herschel H. and Cornelia N. Everett Foundation grants the Charlotte Post Foundation $10,000 to continue its after school program at Walter G. Byers elementary school.

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