The Confederate statue on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus was a point of friction and protest long before the Charlottesville rally in support of a statue of Robert E. Lee turned tragically violent and left three people dead, thrusting the issue into the national spotlight.
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UNC’s Silent Sam has long been a flash point
Chapel Hill candidate responds to 'close minded' critics
Navigators discuss their work with Family Success Alliance
Orange County Historical Museum has seen better days
Emotions run high at 'Silent Sam' protest at UNC
Police move arrested Silent Sam protester through angry crowd
UNC police prepare for Silent Sam protest ... and wait
N.C. Highway Patrol Troopers bused in for Silent Sam protest
Butterfly extravaganza delights patients at NC Children's Hospital
Candlelight prayer at Trinity Court
'Thankful this process is finally over,' UNC football player speaks out after charges dismissed
Supporters rally in support of UNC Center for Civil Rights
Seventy or more Trinity Court residents, along with friends and family of 1 year old Maleah Williams, a Chapel Hill drive by shooting victim held a candlelight remembrance and prayer Friday, January 1, 2016 at Trinity Court apartments, Chapel Hill, NC whe
A proposed ban on litigation by the UNC Center for Civil Rights has drawn heavy opposition from students, faculty, alumni and others, who say such a prohibition would hurt the university’s teaching, research and public service missions.
Surrounded by soybeans, hundreds of miles from home, 23 year-old Marko “Bull City Bully” Bailey trains with renowned, 78 year-old Don Turner who has trained 24 world champions. Bailey might be his 25th, if he wants to be. He faces Stevie “The Answer” Massey for the North Carolina Lightweight Championship on Thursday, Oct. 19, at the Durham Armory.