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Top Charlotte news: Group remembers 5 killed in church; Confederate symbols to be removed; more

Top Charlotte news: Group remembers 5 killed in church; Confederate symbols to be removed; more
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By Hoodline - Published on June 18, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Charlotte.

Charlotte group remembers nine people killed in Charleston church, 5 years later

On Wednesday, the Black Men United March and Rally gathered at Marshall Park in Charlotte to remember the nine lives lost in the Emanuel AME Church shooting. The day marked 5 years since it happened.

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Local communities working towards removing Confederate symbols

A statue in Salisbury, a monument in Gaston County and a school in Charlotte are all being looked at.

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Charlotte organization helping students stay on top of reading during COVID-19

Read Charlotte is partnering with CMS to help families determine and improve their child's reading skills through its "Reading Checkup" initiative.

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