UNC Board of Trustees votes to rename four campus buildings

The UNC Board of Trustees voted to remove the names of , Josephus Daniels, Julian Carr, and Thomas Ruffin Sr. from UNC campus buildings because of their ties to white supremacy in North Carolina. The Board voted 11-2 to remove each name during its meeting Wednesday, with Trustees John Preyer and Allie Ray McCullen voting against. (Daily Tar Heel)


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