SEASON 1: EPISODE 43

ANDRE BROWN

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On this episode of Collective Voice we’re talking to Andre Brown, a local attorney, and community leader, about growing up as a Black man in Wilmington. During our conversation, we talk about how he felt isolated growing up in a working middle-class neighborhood, how moving to Houston for law school changed his life and if he thinks race relations in our country will be better 10 years from now.

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TERRI EVERETT

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In this episode, I’m talking to Terri Everett, a Wilmington resident and write-in candidate for…

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KEMP BURDETTE

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On this episode, we’re talking to Kemp Burdette, the Cape Fear River Keeper. We talk…

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FOOD COUNCIL

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On this episode, we’re talking to Sarah Daniels with the Cape Fear Food Council. The…

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AUDREY HART

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On this episode, we’re talking to Audrey Hart, director of the New Hanover Disaster Coalition,…

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TRACEY & GIRARD NEWKIRK

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In this episode of Community Voice we’re talking with Tracey and Girard Newkirk about the…

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STEPUP

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In this episode, we’re talking to Sean Bynum, operations director for StepUp Wilmington, a nonprofit…

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