Henry McKoy of the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People, talks about the committee’s support for the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit project because it could be an economic driver for the historic African American neighborhood of Hayti and along Fayetteville Street. Behind him on the left is N.C. Central Unversity Vice President of External Affairs Michael D. Page, Mike Broadway of Durham CAN and Durham Technical Community College President William Ingram.
Henry McKoy of the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People, talks about the committee’s support for the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit project because it could be an economic driver for the historic African American neighborhood of Hayti and along Fayetteville Street. Behind him on the left is N.C. Central Unversity Vice President of External Affairs Michael D. Page, Mike Broadway of Durham CAN and Durham Technical Community College President William Ingram. Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan dvaughan@newsobserver.com
Henry McKoy of the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People, talks about the committee’s support for the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit project because it could be an economic driver for the historic African American neighborhood of Hayti and along Fayetteville Street. Behind him on the left is N.C. Central Unversity Vice President of External Affairs Michael D. Page, Mike Broadway of Durham CAN and Durham Technical Community College President William Ingram. Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan dvaughan@newsobserver.com

Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan has been covering Durham since 2006 and has received five North Carolina Press Association awards.