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Chancellor Carol Folt looks on as undergraduate students Angum Check and Tamia Sanders take the stage to show their disapproval of the proposal given by Folt about the re-erection of Silent Sam on UNC's campus.
Edwin B. Fisher, professor in the Department of Health Behavior, presents his desired resolution and amendments to the proposal of the re-erection of Silent Sam that was voted on, on Friday afternoon.
Jerry Wilson (right), doctoral student in Policy, Leadership, and School Improvement, wore nooses to the Faculty Executive Meeting on Friday afternoon with peer Cortland Gilliam a doctoral student in Cultural Studies and Literacies. “We decided we would wear the nooses around our necks for 2 reasons, we wanted to symbolize the violence of white supremacy to which that Silent Sam monument. But secondly as a manifestation of the pain that black members of the Carolina Community carry around with them all of the time knowing this university doesn't care enough about them to remove open symbols of white supremacy", says Wilson.
Erin Campagna, a first-year majoring in English and communications, hangs out with her suitemates, who she said are her "closest friends." Campagna is one of the 500-plus students on Carolina Housing's 2019-20 waitlist.