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North Carolina Fund: Leadership on Poverty

  • Aired: 11/22/2013
  • Rating: NR
In 1963, North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford declared war on poverty with a revolutionary plan centered on education, job training, and housing. View highlights from the film "Change Comes Knocking" as Director/filmmaker Rebecca Cerese and Dr. Shun Robertson of MDC discuss how the North Carolina Fund influenced effective community organizing and why it was also at the center of controversy.
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Learn about the impact of Gov. Terry Sanford's North Carolina Fund in the war on poverty.
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