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    Wilson Library200 South RdChapel Hill27599 | Free

    The Wilson Special Collections Library is filled with wonders. These rare, memorable and sometimes bizarre objects span millennia. They originate from across the globe, telling stories of courage, romance and humor. Now, some of the biggest, oldest, rarest and most remarkable objects are on view for all to experience,

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    Wilson Library200 South RdChapel Hill27599 | Free

    Fifty years after one of the longest labor actions in University history, a new exhibition at the Wilson Special Collections Library looks back at this tumultuous moment of campus life. It uses photographs, news articles and administrative documents to capture this period of campus protest that pitted workers and their allies against the University’s administration and state officials.

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    Wilson Library200 South RdChapel Hill27599 | Free

    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. Cheryl Thurber is an interdisciplinary scholar, cultural historian, folklorist and photographer whose images have been published in the New York Times and Rolling Stone, as well as in numerous music and folklore publications. During the 1970s and 1980s she traveled through the South and California, taking photographs and documenting local life.

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    FedEx Global Education Center, Nelson Mandela Auditorium301 Pittsboro St.Chapel HillNC27516 | Free

    Join the UNC School of Media and Journalism on Tuesday, April 23, for the premiere of Uprooted — a collaborative multimedia project created by "MEJO 584: Documentary Multimedia Storytelling" documenting Venezuelan families who have fled to Medellín, Colombia, to seek better lives.

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    William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education100 Friday Center DriveChapel HillNC27517 | $25

    Draw on the “material” of your life to write and revise creative writing projects.

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    The GAA’s overwhelmingly popular N.C. History Series, taught by Freddie Kiger ’74, will take a look at the life of Woody Durham and Charles Kuralt, delve into the University’s past, share stories of the Salisbury Prisoner of War Camp, relive the 2009 basketball championship and more.