UNC's Vonnie Holliday Named in the Top 10 Black Celebrity Philanthropists of 2010 recently released its Fourth Annual Top 10 Black Celebrity Philanthropists of 2010 and UNC's was among those honored. Holliday graduated UNC in 1998 and was a key part of the UNC Tar Heels defensive unit from 1994-1998. He beat out big names like Russell Simmons, Mary J. Blige and Usher to claim the number 2 spot on the list. (Tar Heel Blue)

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