Eric Montross on Recognizing His White Privilege and Fighting Against Racial Injustice


is one of Dean's boys. It's a title proudly worn and said by many players from 's coaching era. When Coach Smith's name is spoken, the words 'champion' or 'one of college basketball winningest coach' isn't the first thing spoken. It's the words of 'change' 'humility,' 'sacrifice,' 'teamwork' and 'humanity' that precede his accomplishments. (All Tar Heels)

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Eric Montross on Recognizing His White Privilege and Fighting Against Racial Injustice


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