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  • Tarheels of the Week

    VIDEO: Ann Moss Joyner and husband Allan Parnell of Orange County, NC founded the Cedar Grove Institute for Sustainable Communities in 2000. It is a nonprofit that uses high tech mapping technology to document discrimination. Joyner and Parnell are self-described 'social justice entrepreneurs' whose work has been cited in several court cases and recognized nationally as an example of the power of big data.

VIDEO: Ann Moss Joyner and husband Allan Parnell of Orange County, NC founded the Cedar Grove Institute for Sustainable Communities in 2000. It is a nonprofit that uses high tech mapping technology to document discrimination. Joyner and Parnell are self-described 'social justice entrepreneurs' whose work has been cited in several court cases and recognized nationally as an example of the power of big data. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: Ann Moss Joyner and husband Allan Parnell of Orange County, NC founded the Cedar Grove Institute for Sustainable Communities in 2000. It is a nonprofit that uses high tech mapping technology to document discrimination. Joyner and Parnell are self-described 'social justice entrepreneurs' whose work has been cited in several court cases and recognized nationally as an example of the power of big data. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

Tar Heel: Husband and wife team up to fight discrimination

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