Civil rights activist Frank Wilkinson, barred from the UNC campus, prepares to speak to students across the stone wall between McCorkle Place and Franklin Street at a rally in 1966. The university has a fraught history with free speech issues.
Civil rights activist Frank Wilkinson, barred from the UNC campus, prepares to speak to students across the stone wall between McCorkle Place and Franklin Street at a rally in 1966. The university has a fraught history with free speech issues. News & Observer archive photo
Civil rights activist Frank Wilkinson, barred from the UNC campus, prepares to speak to students across the stone wall between McCorkle Place and Franklin Street at a rally in 1966. The university has a fraught history with free speech issues. News & Observer archive photo

UNC Board of Governors: Some speech is ‘more free’ than others

December 13, 2017 06:00 AM