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UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate Monument Protests

Collected by: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries

Archived since: Aug, 2018

Description:

Selected websites and social media content that document events and statements related to the UNC at Chapel Hill Confederate monument (known as Silent Sam).

Subject:   Spontaneous Events Society & Culture Universities & Libraries

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Title: BGPSA Statement on Silent Sam

URL: http://bgpsa.web.unc.edu/files/2018/12/Statement-of-Opposition_Silent-Sam_12.6.18.pdf

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Statement on the UNC System's settlement with the Sons of Confederate Veterans

URL: http://campussafetycommission.web.unc.edu/2019/12/statement-on-the-unc-systems-settlement-with-the-sons-of-confederate-veterans/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: A Statement from The GPSF on the Placement of Silent Sam

URL: http://gpsf.unc.edu/2018/11/20/a-statement-from-the-gpsf-on-the-placement-of-silent-sam/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: A Statement from The GPSF Executive Board on the Placement Plan for the Statue Silent Sam

URL: http://gpsf.unc.edu/2018/12/05/a-statement-from-the-gpsf-executive-board-of-the-placement-plan-for-silent-sam/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: The UNC Association of Student Governments (ASG) Statement on the Placement of Silent Sam

URL: http://gpsf.unc.edu/2018/12/13/the-unc-association-of-student-governments-asg-statement-on-the-placement-of-silent-sam/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: A Statement from The GPSF Executive Board on the Placement Plan for the Statue Silent Sam

URL: http://gpsf.unc.edu/files/2018/12/Silent-Sam_4Dec18-753x1024.png

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Title: The UNC Association of Student Governments (ASG) Statement on the Placement of Silent Sam

URL: http://gpsf.unc.edu/files/2018/12/UNCASG_12Dec18-816x1024.jpg

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Title: In Honor of James Cates

URL: http://jamescates.web.unc.edu/

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Title: LAUNC-CH statement on the Silent Sam settlements

URL: http://launcch.web.unc.edu/archive/2019-2020/statement-silent-sam-settlements/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Toppling of the Silent Sam statue

URL: http://mondaymorning.web.unc.edu/toppling-of-the-silent-sam-statue/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Smith: Let's support UNC leaders instead of playing politics

URL: http://nsjonline.com/article/2020/01/smith-lets-support-unc-leaders-instead-of-playing-politics/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Orange County Board of Commissioners Statement on Silent Sam

URL: http://orangecountync.gov/news_detail_T4_R1118.php/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Students, community celebrate one year without "Silent Sam" Confederate monument

URL: http://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2019/08/21/students-community-celebrate-one-year-without-silent-sam-confederate-monument/

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Title: UNC Board of Governors to meet in "special session by conference call" following Silent Sam settlement

URL: http://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2019/12/10/unc-board-of-governors-to-meet-in-special-session-by-conference-call-following-silent-sam-settlement-controversy/

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Title: Statement by University Libraries staff about the Confederate monument

URL: http://silentsam.org/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Letter: UNC Black Faculty call on the University to permanently remove Silent Sam

URL: http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2018/09/letter-black-faculty-silent-sam-0907/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: ‘Phuming Phil’

URL: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2017/09/25/phuming-phil/

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Title: UNC’s newest monument

URL: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2018/08/06/uncs-newest-monument/

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Title: Sayonara ‘Sam’

URL: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2018/08/27/sayonara-sam/

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Title: Student, faculty protests against return of 'Silent Sam' to UNC Chapel Hill gain momentum

URL: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2018/12/10/student-faculty-protests-against-return-of-silent-sam-to-unc-chapel-hill-gain-momentum/

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Title: Do the right thing…or do the white thing?

URL: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2019/05/20/do-the-right-thing-or-do-the-white-thing/

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Title: In major reversal, UNC Board of Governors chair voices opposition to return of ‘Silent Sam’

URL: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2019/05/23/in-major-reversal-unc-board-of-governors-chair-voices-opposition-to-return-of-silent-sam/

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Title: National civil rights groups to intervene in Silent Sam lawsuit

URL: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2019/12/11/national-civil-rights-group-to-sue-over-silent-sam-settlement/

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Title: After Silent Sam settlement, UNC has lost the benefit of the doubt

URL: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2019/12/12/after-silent-sam-settlement-unc-has-lost-the-benefit-of-the-doubt/

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Title: Groups clash at ‘Silent Sam’ site

URL: http://www.thetimesnews.com/news/20180830/groups-clash-at-silent-sam-site

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Title: Silence Sam

URL: http://www.uncbsm.com/silentsam/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Activists say police targeted them after Silent Sam toppled

URL: http://www.wunc.org/post/activists-say-police-targeted-them-after-silent-sam-toppled/

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Title: Waiting For A Decision On Silent Sam, Experts Weigh In | WUNC

URL: http://www.wunc.org/post/waiting-decision-silent-sam-experts-weigh/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Statement on Board of Governors Settlement with the Sons of Confederate Veterans

URL: https://aaad.unc.edu/2019/12/13/statement-on-board-of-governors-settlement-with-the-sons-of-confederate-veterans/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Racism is a Labor Issue: The UNC TA Strike and Black-led Movements Against White Supremacy

URL: https://activisthistory.com/2019/08/30/racism-is-a-labor-issue-the-unc-ta-strike-and-black-led-movements-against-white-supremacy/

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Title: American Studies statement on the Silent sam settlement

URL: https://americanstudies.unc.edu/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Department of Anthropology statement on the Silent Sam settlement

URL: https://anthropology.unc.edu/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Silent Sam Statement | Department of Asian Studies

URL: https://asianstudies.unc.edu/silent-sam/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements. On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: UNC Biology Department Statement on Silent Sam

URL: https://bio.unc.edu/

Description: The statement can be found at the bottom of the homepage. On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Review of Incidents on UNC-Chapel Hill Campus

URL: https://campussafetycommission.web.unc.edu/files/2019/11/UNC-CH-Incidents-Summary-11.5.19.pdf

Description: On November 5, 2019, Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz released a report conducted by attorney Chris Swecker titled “Review of Incidents on UNC-Chapel Hill Campus.” The report reviewed incidents that took place at UNC-Chapel Hill on September 8, 2018, December 3, 2018, March 16, 2019, and March 31, 2019. This group of websites includes the report, news stories about the report, reactions to the report from anti-racist activists, and information about a November 6, 2019 rally in response to the report findings.

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Title: Is this Silent Sam? UNC officials won’t say

URL: https://carolinaconnection.org/2019/09/14/is-this-silent-sam-unc-officials-wont-say/

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Title: A message from Interim Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz on Confederate Monument settlement

URL: https://chancellor.unc.edu/posts/2019/11/27/a-message-from-interim-chancellor-kevin-m-guskiewicz-on-confederate-monument-settlement/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: UNC Police Were Warned About Armed Demonstrators: CHPD

URL: https://chapelboro.com/news/safety/unc-police-were-warned-about-armed-demonstrators-chpd-chapel-hill-armed-illegally-confederate/

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Title: Carrboro Asking for More from UNC After Racist Actions on Campus

URL: https://chapelboro.com/news/unc/carrboro-asking-for-more-from-unc-after-racist-actions-on-campus/

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Title: Community Members Question UNC Police Motives Following Review

URL: https://chapelboro.com/news/unc/community-members-question-unc-police-motives-following-review/

Description: On November 5, 2019, Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz released a report conducted by attorney Chris Swecker titled “Review of Incidents on UNC-Chapel Hill Campus.” The report reviewed incidents that took place at UNC-Chapel Hill on September 8, 2018, December 3, 2018, March 16, 2019, and March 31, 2019. This group of websites includes the report, news stories about the report, reactions to the report from anti-racist activists, and information about a November 6, 2019 rally in response to the report findings.

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Title: David Price: Silent Sam "Should've Been Removed a Long Time Ago"

URL: https://chapelboro.com/news/unc/david-price-silent-sam-shouldve-been-removed-a-long-time-ago/

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Title: Orange County Joins Carrboro in Asking for More Action from UNC After Racist Events

URL: https://chapelboro.com/news/unc/orange-county-joins-carrboro-in-asking-for-more-action-from-unc-after-racist-events/

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Title: Silent Sam Opponents Protest Police Brutality on UNC Campus

URL: https://chapelboro.com/news/unc/silent-sam-opponents-protest-police-brutality-on-unc-campus/

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Title: Silent Sam: A Timeline

URL: https://chapelboro.com/news/unc/silent-sam-timeline-confederate-monument-unc-chapel-hill/

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Title: UNC Students Protest System’s Settlement over Silent Sam

URL: https://chapelboro.com/news/unc/unc-students-protest-systems-settlement-over-silent-sam/

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Title: Department of Classics Statement on the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate Monument

URL: https://classics.unc.edu/2017/09/27/department-of-classics-statement-on-the-unc-chapel-hill-confederate-monument/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: The Department of Communication’s Statement on the UNC System’s Decision to Provide $2.5 Million to the Sons of Confederate Veterans

URL: https://comm.unc.edu/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Statement on Silent Sam and letter of support for our students

URL: https://cymbals-raspberry-a9ts.squarespace.com/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Statement on the relocation of Silent Sam adjacent to the Veterans Center

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/10JR7FhIdaCdLqMnA6RCHeKM_8uDgKgBgZQRc2Xhz5Es/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Greensboro DSA/UNCG YDSA Joint Solidarity Statement with Striking UNC TAs and Instructors

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/10oMmjMnHKBGUAuohej45kgxGcrp3Fg-s6Z_vK_bxxaI/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: School of Education Community Statement on the Fall of Silent Sam

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/11ZV2MuDhUQ44CvZ1JD9wUF8tpmwTCO9pL5KYM8Tj3W8/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: UNC American Studies and Folklore Community Statement on White Supremacy, Racism, and Anti-Semitism on Campus

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/12bgkS-JhIDvGH3E3lKIR57xRnhxQTwtxXwNDntVk93k/

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Title: Comments from Gina Balamucki, UNC Law student, on the November 5, 2019 UNC Chapel Hill Police Review

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/17ZfywCx3uIjuwVM5Eb7wPx48D1FNQ3ZpaixZYT4AsAI/edit

Description: On November 5, 2019, Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz released a report conducted by attorney Chris Swecker titled “Review of Incidents on UNC-Chapel Hill Campus.” The report reviewed incidents that took place at UNC-Chapel Hill on September 8, 2018, December 3, 2018, March 16, 2019, and March 31, 2019. This group of websites includes the report, news stories about the report, reactions to the report from anti-racist activists, and information about a November 6, 2019 rally in response to the report findings.

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Title: Statement against decision for Silent Sam

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1F9UKlhSxEzz3tcQ9uV70KsmF9Kugq-fGFf2gh8Znulw/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Department of Anthropology community statement in support of anti-racist efforts

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1R4_ZnNzdUwJMsZAiDG-faVcQlgm6DM2S7FDc48mpKkA/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Statement on the Recommendations by Carol Folt and the University Board of Trustees

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iYb_Pnpdt_fSx32x0c1K4QtH7XVxEJ8iv8j5hBZzdkw/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Statement of Solidarity

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kJtMujAM1mBBKYIios96b3GtQMnI9bCfGwIbPvXnzo4/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: UNC School of Education Community Statement on White Supremacy at UNC

URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mhod73M5ChzMNVtrWDhPLADhBGjYhFnSjqzmRSrrhr4/

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Title: Letter in Support of UNC-Chapel Hill Graduate Students

URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScZk2b4WS8uIbRwq0RQfVBkE05lrQLqxGfnzacYUt4taJZp2A/viewform

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Undergrad Support for Faculty / TA Action

URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdH0Rcv7dlM6dIn8M4FB01fOUZpoe1paGLonaZUDYN-TnCQ5w/viewform

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Duke Faculty and Workers in Solidarity with the UNC Protest against Silent Sam

URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdZZIsW--WDLbctJXPy9TO2yLgLRevg34EnDzfVXVmgRIDwuw/viewform

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Current and former University of North Carolina Student-Athletes Against Silent Sam

URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwOWFvHBU7I1bwTnJZ4j8fAYqdL-oQxNUk4iw4xOgoMvF6Ag/viewform

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: ROMS Letter of Opposition to the Board of Trustees' Proposal on the Confederate Monument

URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe6q-8Td-_cXJbs8tQninZ5UmsaDAQsN3UFsY4Qpmel3cdUUw/viewform

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Open letter to parents and guardians of students at UNC-Chapel Hill

URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfZcOgk6Cl0xarZfDPFRVE_peejIO5aaTiLzmqRH9hTbm21Pg/viewform

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: UNC Community Pledges No Donations Until Silent Sam is Gone for Good

URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfz0SZsknRrLZiYi_9KGwFky2xb_xUdChxkIW7dUgqsVsxkFg/viewform

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: An Open Letter from UNC Graduate Students

URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfzGcxTGYwIzI7UN_jwf_YZsMF4BXfhevKceaah1gSHFxwa1w/viewform

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: A brief statement in response to Chancellor's messages on December 6 and 11, 2019

URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AbZpgVtMz8yaXH3kbnNPGE2I8-_uZF04/edit/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements. A brief statement in response to the Dec 11th "Message from Interim Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz about concerns about the Confederate Monument" and Dec 6th "Message from Interim Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz on Board of Governors settlement"

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Title: Eastern Kentucky University faculty and students statement on Silent Sam

URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BfoZd-g0BUjN2yGLbqNq0DBo6yx1QCyg/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Statement on Silent Sam

URL: https://ed.unc.edu/2019/12/12/statement-on-silent-sam/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Departmental Statement on Silent Sam | UNC English & Comparative Literature

URL: https://englishcomplit.unc.edu/2018/08/departmental-statement-on-silent-sam/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: ECL Statement on Silent Sam Decision

URL: https://englishcomplit.unc.edu/2019/12/ecl-statement-on-silent-sam-decision/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Undergraduate Executive Branch Statement on Silent Sam

URL: https://executivebranch.unc.edu/files/2018/08/Monument-Statement-page-001.jpg

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Silent Sam is Down: Anniversary Party!

URL: https://facebook.com/events/2104687363168005/

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Title: Statement on Silent Sam - Faculty Governance

URL: https://facultygov.unc.edu/2018/08/statement-on-silent-sam/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Message from the Chair of the Faculty on Chancellor Folt

URL: https://facultygov.unc.edu/2019/01/faculty-chair-message-on-chancellor-folt/

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Title: UNC faculty and staff statements on the BOG's Silent Sam settlement

URL: https://facultygov.unc.edu/2020/01/faculty-and-staff-statements-on-the-bogs-silent-sam-settlement/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Resolution 2019-11. On the Board of Governors' Settlement Concerning the Confederate Monument.

URL: https://facultygov.unc.edu/files/2019/12/FC-resolution_2019-11-passed-12.06.18.pdf

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Title: Global Studies Statement Regarding Settlement to the Sons of Confederate Veterans

URL: https://globalstudies.unc.edu/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Governor Cooper Statement on Silent Sam

URL: https://governor.nc.gov/news/governors-office-statement-silent-sam/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Silent Sam – August 21, 2018

URL: https://gpsf.unc.edu/2018/09/03/silent-sam/

Description: On August 20, 2018, protesters pulled down the statue from the top of the Confederate Monument, known as “Silent Sam”, that was located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. In response, a number of public statements about the protest and the disposition of the monument were made by activists, students, UNC faculty and staff, elected officials and administrators, alumni, and the public. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Department of History statement on the Silent Sam settlement

URL: https://history.unc.edu/files/2019/12/History-Department-Statement-on-BOGSCV-Settlement.pdf

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Statement by IAAR Director on the Costs of the Board of Governors’ Settlement with Sons of the Confederate Veterans

URL: https://iaar.unc.edu/2019/12/20/statement-by-iaar-director-on-the-costs-of-the-board-of-governors-settlement-with-sons-of-the-confederate-veterans/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Institute for the Arts and Humanities statement on the Silent Sam settlement

URL: https://iah.unc.edu/iah-responds-to-bog-settlement-with-increased-support-for-race-and-reckoning-research/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Former UNC Trustees Say System Leaders Are Putting Politics Ahead of the School's Interests

URL: https://indyweek.com/news/northcarolina/former-unc-trustees-back-folt/

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Title: Maya Little isn’t Done Fighting White Supremacy at UNC

URL: https://indyweek.com/news/northcarolina/maya-little-white-supremacy-unc/

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Title: After a UNC Report Absolved Its Police Force of Bias, Activists Release Footage Showing a Cop Praising Neo-Confederates

URL: https://indyweek.com/news/orange/unc-report-no-police-bias-body-cam/

Description: On November 5, 2019, Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz released a report conducted by attorney Chris Swecker titled “Review of Incidents on UNC-Chapel Hill Campus.” The report reviewed incidents that took place at UNC-Chapel Hill on September 8, 2018, December 3, 2018, March 16, 2019, and March 31, 2019. This group of websites includes the report, news stories about the report, reactions to the report from anti-racist activists, and information about a November 6, 2019 rally in response to the report findings.

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Title: On the Matter of the Confederate Monument

URL: https://isa.unc.edu/files/2019/12/On-the-Matter-of-the-Confederate-Monument.pdf

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Resolution on the Board of Governors settlement concerning the Confederate Monument

URL: https://law.unc.edu/news/2019/12/resolution-on-the-board-of-governors-settlement-concerning-the-confederate-monument/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law continues fight in Silent Sam controversy

URL: https://lawyerscommittee.org/lawyers-committee-for-civil-rights-under-law-continues-fight-in-silent-sam-controversy/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law takes legal action to undo $2.5M 'Silent Sam' deal on behalf of UNC students

URL: https://lawyerscommittee.org/lawyers-committee-for-civil-rights-under-law-takes-legal-action-to-undo-2-5m-silent-sam-deal-on-behalf-of-unc-students/

Description: On November 27, 2019, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors announced a settlement regarding the disposition of the UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument known as "Silent Sam." Among other terms, the settlement granted the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. ownership of the monument and a $2.5 million charitable trust for expenses related to care of the monument. In response, a number of statements regarding the settlement were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Statement of Solidarity with the UNC-Chapel Hill Graduate Student TA Grading Strike

URL: https://medium.com/@UVAGSC/statement-of-solidarity-with-the-unc-chapel-hill-graduate-student-ta-grading-strike-8a669c888955

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: Places Dedicated to Enslavers and White Supremacists at UNC-Chapel Hill (Poster-Tour)

URL: https://medium.com/@danielledulken/places-dedicated-to-enslavers-and-white-supremacists-at-unc-chapel-hill-poster-tour-45a523200625/

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Title: Disposition of a statue

URL: https://mondaymorning.web.unc.edu/disposition-of-a-statue/

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Title: Guns and threats of violence have no place on this campus

URL: https://mondaymorning.web.unc.edu/guns-and-threats-of-violence-have-no-place-on-this-campus/

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Title: NCPH Statement on the UNC Board of Trustees’ Recommendation for the Disposition and Preservation of the Confederate Monument

URL: https://ncph.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/NCPH-Statement-on-UNC-Board-of-Trustees-Recommendations.pdf

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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Title: UNC Silent Sam statue’s fate undecided one year after protesters toppled it

URL: https://newsobserver.com/news/local/education/article234141307.html

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Title: Silent Sam Proposal an affront to Odum Legacy

URL: https://odum.unc.edu/2018/12/silent-sam-proposal-an-affront/

Description: On December 3, 2018, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees announced a proposal to construct a new building on South Campus to house the Confederate monument known as “Silent Sam.” In response, a number of open letters and statements regarding the proposal and teaching assistant grade strike were circulated on social media and directed to the University administration. This collection contains many of those statements.

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