UNC Alum David Zucchino Won a Pulitzer Prize for His Book on the 1898 Wilmington Massacre


It’s a failure of our state’s public education system that most North Carolinians will tell you, they never learned about the 1898 Wilmington massacre. David Zucchino, a contributing writer for The New York Times and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumnus, is working to change that, and today, he won a Pulitzer Prize for his efforts. (Indy Week)

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UNC Alum David Zucchino Won a Pulitzer Prize for His Book on the 1898 Wilmington Massacre


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