“On behalf of the Chapel Hill Nine, I am privileged to say welcome to the movement,” David Mason, an original Chapel Hill Nine member, told the crowd. “You are what we've been waiting for.”
Current and former Black elected officials for Orange County came together for the Town of Carrboro’s virtual Juneteenth program and passed a resolution recognizing the history and repercussions of slavery on Black Americans.
On Saturday afternoon, hundreds of peaceful protestors marched in a Social Justice Rally held by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP Youth Council and Chapel Hill-Carrboro Youth Advocates to honor those killed by police violence and protest continuing racial injustice in the United States. It was the second protest held in town in two days.
Some Chapel Hill and Carrboro thrift stores have reopened for business — but it won't be business as usual, as shops implement new safety guidelines.
While many restaurants on Franklin Street are either staying closed or are open exclusively for takeout, delivery or curbside service, these restaurants are now open for dine-in service:
The ArtsCenter is bringing arts into the home with online classes, virtual resources and art supply kit donations to needy families.
After a semester abroad, a UNC student started Carolina House Band, an organization that invites artists from any genre to come together to make music.
Nathan Kotecki is best known in the Triangle as a goth DJ. He is hosting Jealous Lovers, an indie rock dance party, at Local 506 on Feb. 8.
The Madama Europa lecture-recital will be held at Pearson Hall on Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m., and it will explore the history of the first recorded Jewish opera singer to achieve widespread fame.
Protestors occupy West Franklin Street on Saturday, June 6, 2020 in continued rallys against police brutality held by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP Youth Council and Chapel Hill-Carrboro Youth Advocates.