For many women who marched in Charlotte on Saturday, it was a year of political involvement and female empowerment. Many men across multiple industries lost their jobs after sexual harassment allegations surfaced, sparking the #MeToo movement.
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It’s time now to take one of your questions. A while back, one of our listeners submitted a question through our website asking if there was anything that could be done to compel Charlotte residents to interact with people different from them - something that could help the city counteract racial segregation that’s grown over the last decade.