Monthly Archives: June 2007

Disagreements in North Carolina

Marchers traveled down Martin Luther King Jr. Drive on Saturday denouncing the city’s street-renaming effort and promoting a movement for social and economic equality.

On Friday, the U.S. 264 Bypass will be named Martin Luther King Jr. Highway and the current road named for King will revert back to West Fifth Street following a 5-4 vote by the Pitt County Board of Commissioners in February and a 4-2 Greenville City Council vote in December.

The rest of the story here.

Hoping to find some Greenville, NC, Flickr users or others…


to nastasya, originally uploaded by kirihargie.

“A note found on a telephone pole on crack corner MLK blvd in pdx,” writes kirihargie, a mixed media storyteller based in Portland. Her site here.