Two Black educators, Tyson and Regina Bates, who sought to acquire a historic school in North Carolina have sued a landmarks commission for racial discrimination, alleging it made the acquisition process difficult for them as it favored white buyers, CNN reports.Read more: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article259495934.html Multiple deals to repurpose or restore the historic Torrence-Lytle School in Huntersville have failed over recent years. One couple alleges racial discrimination after trying to buy the property.   - Default - 4051Ivriblack_5f3a3921ae6bd_5f3a39c652ad

Charlotte Couple Suing Mecklenburg Landmarks Commission

Charlotte Couple Suing Mecklenburg Landmarks Commission

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Two Black educators, Tyson and Regina Bates, who sought to acquire a historic school in North Carolina have sued a landmarks commission for racial discrimination, alleging it made the acquisition process difficult for them as it favored white buyers, CNN reports.

Read more: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article259495934.html Multiple deals to repurpose or restore the historic Torrence-Lytle School in Huntersville have failed over recent years. One couple alleges racial discrimination after trying to buy the property. 

 

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