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Dustin Duong


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(From left) Faculty Governance University Program Specialist Helena Knego, Chairperson Lloyd Kramer, UNC Police Chief David Perry and Joy Renner convene in South Building for a Faculty Executive Committee meeting to discuss campus safety measures in the wake of Perry's appointment as chief on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019. Perry emphasizes a need for the police to build a rapport with the community.

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Pit Protestors

(From left) Max Kurzman, Patrick Clinch, Annie Evans sit in the pit on Monday, Mar. 2, 2020 for FAIRolina: UNC’s Weekly Voting Rights Protest. “We’re mad at the state of voting rights in North Carolina,” Evans said. "We’re out here every Monday from 12 to 1 protesting a different voting rights issue each week."

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U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) speaks onstage at a rally for his presidential campaign in Durham on Friday, Feb. 14, 2020. Sanders' campaign reported 3100 attendees at the event in Durham Convention Center.

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Dan Matthews, a Los Angeles-based rapper who goes by the moniker Danakadan, hypes up a crowd at Journey Into Asia at Memorial Hall on Feb. 29, 2020. Matthews performed songs that spoke to his Asian American identity as a Korean adoptee.

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Dan Matthews, a Los Angeles-based rapper who goes by the moniker Danakadan, hypes up a crowd at Journey Into Asia at Memorial Hall on Feb. 29, 2020. Matthews performed songs that spoke to his Asian American identity as a Korean adoptee.

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Andy Liu (left) and Emily Kang (right) perform spoken word poetry at Journey Into Asia at Memorial Hall on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020. Liu and Kang delivered a poem originally written by Ins Choi in response to Asian American actors departing from the show Hawaii Five-O because of a wage gap between them and their white counterparts.

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