Franklin Street filled with demonstrators opposing University's Silent Sam proposal
Wed Dec 5, 2018
Students, faculty and community members packed Franklin Street on Monday night to protest the University’s proposal to spend $5.3 million, in addition to $800,000 annually, for a new on-campus building housing Silent Sam. The University’s proposal includes the creation of a "University History and Education Center" in Odum Village on South Campus.
(Daily Tar Heel
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