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Monday March 27th

Grace Battle Thompson


A new partnership honors the legacy of enslaved people buried in the Barbee Cemetery

A new partnership between the business school, University Commission on History, Race and a Way Forward and local families works to honor the 120 enslaved people who were buried in the Barbee Cemetery. The Clark family, descended from the first Black family in Carrboro, is happy to finally have their story shared. “Oftentimes, there are groups created that want to do good in the Black community,” Lorie Clark said. “But they never include people who were harmed, are marginalized, or are hurt by what has happened. This is a great opportunity to bring the relatives of the enslaved people, who were buried in the cemetery, into the process to voice what we want and the way that we want this information lifted up.”

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UNC-based drug development program aims to be 'readdi' for future pandemics

“We can not forget this experience,” John Bamforth, interim director of READDI, said. “It will be very tempting to put it behind us and think we do not have anything to worry about. The reality is, we are not 100 percent sure why these viruses are occurring more and more frequently. The global community needs to continue thinking about how we can encourage developing pandemic preparedness.” 

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