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Southern chef Mama Dip, civil rights leader Harold Foster honored in Chapel Hill


Mildred Council opened for breakfast in 1976, a moment that would spark a legacy in Southern food. Over the next four decades, her restaurant Mama Dip’s became a Chapel Hill institution and she a community leader and activist. Council’s name was added to Chapel Hill’s Peace and Justice Plaza, along with that of Harold Foster, one of the Chapel Hill Nine. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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