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Thursday May 6th

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Some worry Reckoning program doesn't measure up to peer institutions

“I can't pinpoint why some other universities have gotten ahead of this issue more than UNC,” Hinson said. “But UNC has been actively resisting it.” Many Southern universities are trying to reckon with their histories of race and slavery. This year, UNC introduced the Commission on History, Race and Reckoning and several classes meant to educate on UNC's past of slavery and racial injustices. However, some UNC professors said the University does not hold up to other peer institutions' programs regarding the same topics. 

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