“Anti-capitalists” target Carrboro CVS

by Stirling Little

UNC senior Alana Davis paints protest signs like this one as part of her effort to block a proposed CVS drugstore in downtown Carrboro. (Photo by Stirling Little)

The ongoing debate over the development of a CVS drugstore in Carrboro may be coming to an end.

The Board of Alderman hopes to decide Tuesday whether to allow the store to be built downtown at the corner of North Greensboro and Weaver Streets.

A group of activists has been fighting the store for years, portraying it as a focal point in what they call a fight against capitalism.

Stirling Little introduces us to them.

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