UNC community recommends new names for buildings that previously honored white supremacists

By Jayda Williams

A worker mounts a new sign above the door of Residence Hall Two, formerly Aycock Residence Hall, on July 30, 2020. (Brandon Bieltz/UNC-Chapel Hill)

After years of student activism, UNC administrators have finally agreed to rename a few buildings on campus. They were originally named after men with white supremacist views. As a committee narrows down its list of potential new names, the campus community is weighing in.

Jayda Williams reports.

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