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Members of the University and local communities are invited to attend one of several upcoming workshops to provide feedback about the opportunity for renewal and redevelopment of buildings surrounding Porthole Alley, the area where Carolina’s campus meets downtown Chapel Hill between 128 and 144 E. Franklin Street.
An exhibition of photographs in the Pleasants Family Assembly Room of Wilson Library provides a look at African-American life and culture in a small Mississippi town during the 1970s.
This Wilson Library exhibition examines six modes of travel and what they reveal about four centuries of African American experience.
Black North Carolinians have faced unique and daunting obstacles in seeking freedom, equality and opportunity. Their writings present stories of survival and persistence, individual achievement, the joys of family and community, and faith in a better future for all Americans. A selection of works by 34 of these writers is featured in this exhibition.
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Raleigh native André Leon Gray is a self-trained artist who works in a variety of media to examine the impact of history on present day power structures and social hierarchies. He transforms mundane objects and materials into powerful social commentaries to encourage conversations among his diverse audience.
View photography from around the world in this exhibition featuring work by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumni, faculty, staff and students. The exhibition will open January 8 and run through July 10, 2020 at the FedEx Global Education Center. All photography on display was submitted as part of UNC-Chapel Hill’s 20th annual Carolina Global Photography Competition.