John Sanders, Former UNC School of Government Director, Dies at 94


John Sanders, the former director of the UNC School of Government and a key player in the creation of the UNC System, died on September 22. Sanders’ many accomplishments include laying groundwork to desegregate UNC’s campuses. The doctor of law also was known as a key figure in crafting the modern Constitution of North Carolina. (Chapelboro.com)

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John Sanders, Former UNC School of Government Director, Dies at 94


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