The Carrboro Town Council voted Oct. 27 to end participation in the Federal Asset Forfeiture Program despite concerns the police department expressed about losing the source of funding.
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“It’s people outraged, it’s an outcry, but it’s also a mourning," said Kristie Puckett-Williams, the statewide manager of the N.C. ACLU’s Campaign for Smart Justice. "Black people, brown people and Indigenous people have historically been hurt by the system, so the public mourning of that is also a significant part of healing and moving forward."
Triangle-based groups No Kid Hungry North Carolina, WE ARE and the Triangle East Chapter of 100 Black Men of America each received $13,000 from the Almac Group, an international pharmaceutical services company.