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A truth plaque dedicated to bringing light to the origin of Carrboro was unvieled Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The plaque reveals how the town began and how it came to be named Carrboro after Julian S. Carr, a prominent figure in the white supremacist movement and influential industrialist.

Carrboro Truth Plaque Ceremony

A truth plaque dedicated to bringing light to the origin of Carrboro was unvieled Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The plaque reveals how the town began and how it came to be named Carrboro after Julian S. Carr, a prominent figure in the white supremacist movement and influential industrialist.


Board of Alderman Member Jaquelyn Gist (right) and members of the Carrboro Truth Plaque Task Force as they unviel a truth plaque dedicated to bringing light to the origin of Carrboro on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The plaque details how the town began and how it came to be named Carrboro after Julian S. Carr, a prominent figure in the white supremacist movement and influential industrialist.

Carrboro Truth Plaque Ceremony

Board of Alderman Member Jaquelyn Gist (right) and members of the Carrboro Truth Plaque Task Force as they unviel a truth plaque dedicated to bringing light to the origin of Carrboro on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The plaque details how the town began and how it came to be named Carrboro after Julian S. Carr, a prominent figure in the white supremacist movement and influential industrialist.


Members of the Carrboro Truth Plaque Task Force and Board of Alderman stand beside the a newly unvieled truth plaque dedicated to bringing light to the origin of Carrboro. The plaque was unvieled Tuesday, April 16, 2019, and details how the town began and how it came to be named Carrboro after Julian S. Carr, a prominent figure in the white supremicist movement and influential industrialist.

Carrboro Truth Plaque Ceremony

Members of the Carrboro Truth Plaque Task Force and Board of Alderman stand beside the a newly unvieled truth plaque dedicated to bringing light to the origin of Carrboro. The plaque was unvieled Tuesday, April 16, 2019, and details how the town began and how it came to be named Carrboro after Julian S. Carr, a prominent figure in the white supremicist movement and influential industrialist.


North Carolina 16th District Senator Wiley Nickel in the North Carolina Legislative Building, Wednesday April 10, 2019. Senator Nickel is one of a group of North Carolina Senators sponsoring a bill that would allow for DACA recipients to receive in-state tuition.

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North Carolina 16th District Senator Wiley Nickel in the North Carolina Legislative Building, Wednesday April 10, 2019. Senator Nickel is one of a group of North Carolina Senators sponsoring a bill that would allow for DACA recipients to receive in-state tuition.


Marijuana, the most commonly used illicit substance in America according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, may gain limited medical legalization pending an ongoing bill in the North Carolina General Assembly. Should this bill pass, the potential for full legalization in North Carolina may also be on the horizon for future legislation. As suggested by a 2014 article by The New England Journal of Medicine, as Marijuana gains legal status, it is likely that negative consequences may also increase.

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Marijuana, the most commonly used illicit substance in America according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, may gain limited medical legalization pending an ongoing bill in the North Carolina General Assembly. Should this bill pass, the potential for full legalization in North Carolina may also be on the horizon for future legislation. As suggested by a 2014 article by The New England Journal of Medicine, as Marijuana gains legal status, it is likely that negative consequences may also increase.


Eppie Landis (Center), a blue room teacher, reads for students at the Chapel Hill Cooperative Preschool on Monday, April 1st. The Cooperative Preschool system also finalized plans to consolidate their two Chapel Hill sites into a single facility on Monday, April 1, 2019.

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Eppie Landis (Center), a blue room teacher, reads for students at the Chapel Hill Cooperative Preschool on Monday, April 1st. The Cooperative Preschool system also finalized plans to consolidate their two Chapel Hill sites into a single facility on Monday, April 1, 2019.


The 'Blue Room' is one of several classrooms at the Chapel Hill Cooperative Preschool where teaches and staff work to aid students in their development and prepare them for entry into the secondary school system. The Cooperative Preschool system also finalized plans to consolidate their two Chapel Hill sites into a single facility on Monday, April 1, 2019.

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The 'Blue Room' is one of several classrooms at the Chapel Hill Cooperative Preschool where teaches and staff work to aid students in their development and prepare them for entry into the secondary school system. The Cooperative Preschool system also finalized plans to consolidate their two Chapel Hill sites into a single facility on Monday, April 1, 2019.