Black-owned bookstores, which serve a vital function in Black communities, have declined as corporations like Amazon and Barnes and Noble are on the rise. This trend will be detailed during the “Black-Owned Bookstores: Their Struggle for Survival and Revival” event.
The Taiwan Publications Book Exhibit is at UNC until March, but its presence will have lasting effects for these Asian-American UNC students.
"There’s a real value in trying to understand a historical world that’s so distinct from our own,” said Mary Floyd-Wilson, chairperson of the Department of English & Comparative Literature, who researches the role of women in early modern English literature.
Tamara and Steve Lackey are making vegan groceries more easily accessible with the opening of their Coco Bean Vegan Market as an addition to their Coco Bean Cafe.
The LGBTIQA+ Speaker Series of the UNC LGBTQ Center aims to create a community of support for people working in and interested in research.