Charlie Scott's influence as integration pioneer at North Carolina still being felt

Even as a young man, the burden Charlie Scott was carrying wasn't lost on him. In 1967, Scott, a native of New York became the first black athlete to play at North Carolina. The way he carried himself as a student, a basketball player and person helped the paved the way for other players who followed. On Friday, Charlie Scott will be enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. (Mass Live)

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