'Tarred Healing' debuts at National Civil Rights Museum nearly a year after UNC pulled the displayBy Lauren Rhodes | Jan. 24
Almost a year "Tarred Healing" was pulled from display at the University, Cornell Watson's photo project debuted at National Civil Rights Museum.
- The exhibit features Black history in Chapel Hill, with photographs of places on UNC's campus that are relevant to the University's racial past.
- “When you do things the right way, when you are connected with the community that you are creating something about, they will stand behind you in those turbulent times,” Watson said. “It was really gratifying to have the Black community of Chapel Hill stand behind this and really kind of become family.”