For days, the loudest choir arising from Charlotte accept been the hundreds of protesters bushing city every night. But locals beyond Charlotte accept a advanced arrangement of opinions about Keith Lamont Scott s death. Here s what they accept to say about the protests and what should appear next:Derrick Jacobs: This is not a black/white thing. This is a blue/black thing. Jacobs, a 43-year-old barber, has lived in Charlotte his absolute life. He said the actuality that the administrator who attempt Scott and the brand arch are both atramentous doesn t abate the ancestral profiling faced by African-Americans in Charlotte — or the accomplished country. This is not a black/white thing. This is a blue/black thing, Jacobs said. We re abashed of the badge. Jacobs said he s afraid that the accompaniment requires added hours of training to become a accountant beautician than a brand officer.It takes 1,528 hours to become a accountant barber; Charlotte-Mecklenburg brand crave about 900 hours of training. (The state s minimum brand training claim is 620 hours.) We accept to go through added training to authority a brace of clippers than to authority a gun? he said. With the contempo arguable shootings of atramentous men by police, Jacobs says he has to address his four sons, ages 10 to 23, to not altercate with police. We can amount out the particulars of who s appropriate and who s amiss later, he tells his sons. At the end of the day, we charge you to appear home alive. Andrew Deese: They consistently appetite to accomplish it a chase thing Andrew Deese, a 24-year-old bartender, has lived in Charlotte his absolute life.Deese, who is white, said bodies are jumping to abstracts that the cutting was racially motivated. I m not racist, but they consistently appetite to accomplish it a chase thing, he said. It was a atramentous officer. It s not a chase thing. Deese said the protests accept had a abrogating appulse on workers like himself. A lot of businesses accept to abutting early, he said. His bar has had to shut bottomward at 11:30 p.m. to attach to the city s curfew. Chris Blowers: The bearings is blown out of the water Blowers, a 53-year-old who works in the communications field, has lived in Charlotte for 20 years. He said the bearings in Charlotte is blown out of the water. It s activity to account bread-and-butter damage, but it s activity to be abandoned soon, he said. Case in point: Blowers said he doesn t anamnesis the 2013 arguable brand cutting afterlife of Jonathan Ferrell, which additionally led to protests in Charlotte.He said he believes abounding Atramentous Lives Matter protesters are worried about a few accessible racists, which he said is ridiculous. Instead, Blowers said, he thinks Atramentous Lives Matter movement would be bigger focused on all-embracing deaths consistent from black-on-black crime.Maurice Jones: From a white standpoint, you re intimidating Jones, a 50-year-old barter driver, has lived in Charlotte his absolute life. He said he s generally perceived as a bent for no reason. From a white standpoint, you re intimidating, he said. He said admiral sometimes ask irrelevant questions back he gets pulled over, such as what he does for a living. And sometimes, back in an elevator with a white woman, the white adult will put her purse on the added shoulder. Jones said he wants inherent ancestral profiling to stop. But how? That s the catechism of the day, he said.