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Former UNC basketball player Kane Ma reflects on attack in Chapel Hill


Three years ago, a UNC basketball player says he was the victim of a hate crime that left him with significant injuries. He’s since recovered, but what he suffered will always stick with him and the Asian community. When he was in Chapel Hill for a Duke-UNC game in March 2019, he was approached by three men while celebrating on Franklin Street. (Spectrum News)

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Former UNC basketball player Kane Ma reflects on attack in Chapel Hill


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