Carolina Connection – March 2, 2019

Nine Chapel Hill activists are honored with a permanent marker for their roles in the Civil Rights Movement. Students lead a summit to help people fighting homelessness and poverty. We explore why restaurants keep closing on Franklin Street. UNC students express their frustration with changes to the basketball ticketing system. One student group aims to tackle the national problem of menstrual equity. UNC’s Latinx community gets its own center after more than a decade of asking for one. One UNC junior balances running two businesses with his obligations as a full-time student.

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