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Tat Bellamy-Walker

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Tat is NHPR's Barbara and Richard Couch Fellow. His work has appeared in Business Insider, on CNN, and The Daily Beast. He's an alum of the Craig Newmark School of Journalism, where he specialized in health and science reporting. For tips you can email him at tbellamy-walker@nhpr.org.

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More than a thousand students and alumni from Concord High School are asking officials to condemn racism in the school district.  


New Hampshire could become the first state in the nation to allow flying cars on the road. 

Gov. Chris Sununu signed HB1182 on Friday, to allow the study of on-road usage of non-traditional motor vehicles. The cars would likely fly into an airport, then drive to their final destination. 

Friends and family are remembering late motorsports figure Bob Bahre. 

Bahre formerly owned Oxford Plains Speedway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  In 2017, Bahre was inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame. He died on Saturday. He was 93 years old.

In a statement to NHPR, New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) said Bahre’s death will have a lasting impact on New England’s racing community. 


Jordan Thompson, the director of Black Lives Matter Nashua, says late civil rights icon John Lewis has always been a “household name” in his home. 

“His passing had a deep impact on me and my family,” said Thompson, 21, of Nashua. “I grew up in a household with parents and grandparents that were active in the fight for racial justice. So I always knew who he was.”