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UNC Community Reacts to George Floyd Death, Racial Injustice


As the United States continues to react to the death of George Floyd, officials, coaches and players from UNC have spoken up about the incident and the racial tensions in the country. “The people of Minneapolis and others around the country who are peacefully protesting injustice have my complete support,” said in a statement. (Chapelboro.com)

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