Lock Whiteside is a social studies teacher who grew up in Morganton but now lives in Atlanta, Georgia. He comes back to Morganton every summer, and this time he decided to raise his voice on the issues that he sees as important to our community. He recently called for the resignation of the leader of Burke's NAACP chapter. Tomorrow evening he will be holding a town hall meeting to identify and address the issues we care about - follow this link to find out more. We talk to Lock about his background, growing up in Burke County, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the challenges faced by black people in America.
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