A sign put up by the Bootstraps PAC on N.C. 54 catches the eye of passers-by near Glen Lennox in Chapel Hill on Thursday morning. The sign invites the reader to scan the lower right corner, which leads to a website about childhood illiteracy in North Carolina.
A sign put up by the Bootstraps PAC on N.C. 54 catches the eye of passers-by near Glen Lennox in Chapel Hill on Thursday morning. The sign invites the reader to scan the lower right corner, which leads to a website about childhood illiteracy in North Carolina. hlynch@newsobserver.com
A sign put up by the Bootstraps PAC on N.C. 54 catches the eye of passers-by near Glen Lennox in Chapel Hill on Thursday morning. The sign invites the reader to scan the lower right corner, which leads to a website about childhood illiteracy in North Carolina. hlynch@newsobserver.com

Group uses provocative signs to put focus on Triangle’s childhood literacy problems

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