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Dr. Joanne Wilson, a 1969 alumnus of UNC, reflects on her time at the University as a Black female during the Black Pioneers Dinner on Friday, Sept. 30, 2022.
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UNC's Black Pioneers reflect on decades of 'shared kinship'

Members of the Black Alumni Reunion met for dinner and conversation last Friday at their first full-scale, in-person event since 2019.  The dinner was one of numerous events that took place across a five-day-long celebration of Black alumni at UNC. Members in attendance included past and present Black students, including the Black Pioneers. The Pioneers are the first generation of Black students who attended UNC-Chapel Hill from 1952 through the class of 1972.

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President Rosa Elias and Vice President Michelle Jamanca of UNC SUIE pose for a portrait at Wilson Library on Sept. 12, 2022. 

Heather Diehl
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SUIE fosters immigrant advocacy on campus

SUIE was started in 2008 to raise campus awareness about different issues that prevent immigrants from enjoying basic human rights.                                                                     “When I came into UNC, I saw a predominantly white community — I didn't see a lot of diversity,” Rosa Elias, the president of SUIE, said. 

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