Greensboro leaders: City not part of civil right museum, Duke Energy dispute

Greensboro leaders: City not part of civil right museum, Duke Energy dispute
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“It appears that Duke Energy … involved itself in the politics of Greensboro and particularly in the race relations in Greensboro and had injected itself into the situation to help put financial pressure on the Museum, embarrass the Museum, and to

Duke Energy might again cut off the lights at the International Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro, unless the nonprofit makes payments on an $18,000 credit deposit. Duke mandated the deposit following an alleged late payment in February. Duke shut off …
GREENSBORO, NC — Past due. At some point, we've all missed a payment and received a letter like that. But according to Duke Energy, The International Civil Rights Center and Museum got 23 past due notices. Let me give you a closer look at the

Civil Rights Museum Could Go Dark After Electric Bill Dispute

GREENSBORO, N.C. — It's a power struggle between The International Civil Rights Center & Museum and Duke Energy. Documents filed over the past few weeks with the North Carolina Utilities Commission show the power company is billing the museum for

This Sept. 16, 2016 photo shows the F.W. Woolworth's lunch counter at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum in Greensboro, N.C. Duke Energy could cut power to the museum in a dispute over an $18,000 credit deposit. This Sept. 16, 2016 photo. GREENSBORO — Duke Energy could cut power to the International Civil Rights Center & Museum in a dispute over an $18,000 credit deposit. The News & Observer of Raleigh reported museum officials sent a letter to the North Carolina Utilities Commission. GREENSBORO — A long-running billing dispute between Duke Energy and the International Civil Rights Center & Museum in Greensboro could cut off electricity to the site of the historic 1960 civil-rights sit-in at a segregated F.W. Woolworth lunch counter.

Students from Peeler Open School for the Performing Arts look at the Woolworth's lunch counter where the sit-in began during a class tour of the International Civil Rights Center in March 2010. museum photo with edit 101315. LYNN HEY/News & Record.




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