North Carolina’s drag queens have been creating safe spaces for people to express themselves since the 1960s

By Kyra Miles

Drag Queen Emily Michaels performs at the ENC Pride Drag Queen brunch at The Herritage in Kinston, North Carolina. (Kyra Miles / Carolina Connection)

Drag queens across the world continue to entertain and bring people joy, even in the midst of the pandemic. As a pillar of the LGBTQ+ community, drag culture has created a space where people can express themselves, especially in North Carolina.

Kyra Miles reports on NC’s drag scene, which has been thriving since the 1960s. 

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