Franklin Street filled with demonstrators opposing University's Silent Sam proposal

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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