For now at least, the school system doesn't have to deal with the Rev. Al Sharpton in the fight over a possible slave cemetery on school property.
Sharpton had been invited to tour the cemetery on Saturday by neighbors who are fighting a planned high school on the site. He wasn't able to attend, but representatives of the NAAACP did visit the site.
It wasn't that much of a stretch considering that Sharpton was in the Triangle on Sunday to speak at N.C. Central University in Durham.