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Professors have high expectations for UNC's new racial history classes


Professor William Sturkey looks at the students in his Race & Memory at UNC class, meeting for the first time a year after demonstrators pulled down Silent Sam. He sees students who have been involved in activism since their first year or since the ropes were thrown around Silent Sam. Others are learning about UNC’s complex racial history for the first time. (Daily Tar Heel)

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