UNC Board of Trustees sets policy for campus historical markers

Provost Chris Clemens addresses the UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees at their November meeting.
(Johnny Andrews/UNC-Chapel Hill)

As UNC continues to struggle with its racial history, the Board of Trustees has approved a new policy concerning campus markers.  The university has already approved one new marker that will commemorate the spot where a Black resident of Chapel Hill was stabbed in 1970.  But Board members expressed some concern about future markers.

Tajahn Wilson has more. 

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