Protesters stand outside The Center for Leadership Development in support of the UNC Civil Rights Center before a committee debate determining the center’s future on Aug. 1 in Chapel Hill.
Protesters stand outside The Center for Leadership Development in support of the UNC Civil Rights Center before a committee debate determining the center’s future on Aug. 1 in Chapel Hill. Grace Turner gturner@heraldsun.com
Protesters stand outside The Center for Leadership Development in support of the UNC Civil Rights Center before a committee debate determining the center’s future on Aug. 1 in Chapel Hill. Grace Turner gturner@heraldsun.com

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