‘We Expected Justice’: 51 Years After James Cates’ Murder, Trauma Remains


Sunday marked 51 years since the tragic murder of James Cates, a Black man who was stabbed at just 22 years old in the middle of the University of North Carolina’s campus. Last week, community organizers and members of the Cates family reflected on his life and the lessons learned from the institutional failures that led to his death. (Chapelboro.com)

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‘We Expected Justice’: 51 Years After James Cates’ Murder, Trauma Remains


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