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Speaker Ban to Silent Sam: Tour Highlights UNC Student Activism


The University of North Carolina is 225 years old, and for many of those years there have been causes taken up by student activists using their voice to protest national policies, campus administration priorities and even change state laws. “Imagine I am a communist historian in 1966,” UNC’s university archivist Nick Graham told a tour group. (Chapelboro.com)

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