Changing Face of America Series - Charlotte & the New, New South

GUESTS: THOMAS HANCHETT Historian, Museum of the New South Author Sorting Out the New South Cities (UNC Raleigh, 1998) JIM PALERMO Executive Vice President of Management Services for the Bank of America Chairman of Central City Partners (promotes development of Charlotte Center City) STEFAN LATORRE President, Latorre's Nuevo's Latin Cuisine, Charlotte, NC Chairman of the Board, Cooperativa Latina Advisor to the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce REPRESENTATIVE MEL WATT (D) Congressman from North Carolina's 12th District Charlotte, North Carolina is the nation's second fastest growing city. It's become a national banking center, attracting many newcomers and major development. The economic and cultural changes seen in Charlotte are also reshaping other southern cities. Join Juan Williams and guests for the next Changing Face of America Series, live from Charlotte North Carolina for a to look at the cultural and economic changes happening there and in other cities, on the next Talk of the Nation from NPR News.

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