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2/26/2017 10:34pm

UNC students,  Nagwa Nakuna and Amu Muyanga, discuss matters on race in an activism conference hosted by UNC's Black Congress.

Campus Y, Black Congress talk activism "post-Trump"

According to the participants of the Activism in a New Era conference, activism is not just about protests — it’s a lifestyle. Co-hosted by the Campus Y and Black Congress, the conference on Sunday discussed the history and future of activism for oppressed groups.


9/16/2016 11:45pm

Protestors marched from the Peace and Justice Square on Franklin Street to the Department of Public Safety on Friday evening. Demonstrators came together in solidarity to speak out against UNC's sexual assault policy.

Protest highlighted survivors' voices

Shouts of “justice delayed is justice denied” and “students safety before reputation” were heard down Franklin Street as students and community members gathered for a Standing with Survivors Rally at the Peace and Justice Plaza Friday evening.


4/7/2016 10:59pm

Greg Lukianoff, the president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), talks about free speech on college campuses.

Atlantic author advocates campus free speech

According to Greg Lukianoff’s campus rights advocacy organization, UNC has a green light rating for free speech — meaning while there are no policies explicitly restricting it, the University might not actively support it.