• In the News

Jared Weber

Articles


Media

UNC Asian studies teaching assistant professor Dwayne Dixon poses with his family outside the Durham County Courthouse. Dixon, who is charged with bringing a weapon to a demonstration, had his case postponed until Feb. 8.

durham3.jpg

UNC Asian studies teaching assistant professor Dwayne Dixon poses with his family outside the Durham County Courthouse. Dixon, who is charged with bringing a weapon to a demonstration, had his case postponed until Feb. 8.


Protesters from Defend Durham, a local activist organization, demonstrated outside the county courthouse as protesters awaited their verdicts. The demonstration included speeches, as well as a sketching station for people to facilitate replacement statue ideas.  

durham2.jpg

Protesters from Defend Durham, a local activist organization, demonstrated outside the county courthouse as protesters awaited their verdicts. The demonstration included speeches, as well as a sketching station for people to facilitate replacement statue ideas.  


Protesters from Defend Durham, a local activist organization, demonstrated outside the county courthouse as protesters awaited their verdicts. The demonstration included speeches, as well as a sketching station for people to facilitate replacement statue ideas. 

durham.jpg

Protesters from Defend Durham, a local activist organization, demonstrated outside the county courthouse as protesters awaited their verdicts. The demonstration included speeches, as well as a sketching station for people to facilitate replacement statue ideas. 


(From left) Juniors Allory Vors and Shilpa Kancharla collect water bottles on behalf of Monsoon to be sent to Flint, Mich., for relief.

(From left) Juniors Allory Vors and Shilpa Kancharla collect water bottles on behalf of Monsoon to be sent to Flint, Mich., for relief.