Charlotte’s Trial: How Jonathan Ferrell’s Death Put A City’s Self-Image At Risk

Charlotte’s Trial: How Jonathan Ferrell’s Death Put A City’s Self-Image At Risk

By Mary C. Curtis

As a police officer is tried for manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man, is Charlotte’s reputation for progress on race on trial too?

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