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Timeline · A Guide to Resources About UNC's Confederate Monument · UNC Libraries

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://exhibits.lib.unc.edu/exhibits/show/silent-sam/timeline

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to document protests surrounding the Confederate Monument , and you can find materials related to more recent events in our collection of archived websites and the UNC Chapel Hill Ephemera Collection

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Silent Sam | Department of Asian Studies

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://asianstudies.unc.edu/silent-sam/

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the Confederate monument at McCorkle Place The staff and faculty of the Department of Asian Studies express their abhorrence for the toppled Confederate monument that formerly stood at McCorkle Place

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Silent Sam Confederate statue UNC: Student threw ink after two years of talking got nowhere | News & Observer

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/article210303084.html

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was ‘raised on black blood,’ says Maya Little On Monday April 30, 2018, Maya Little defaced UNC-Chapel Hill's Confederate monument , Silent Sam, with her own blood and red ink. "He's covered in black

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The Daily Tar Heel

Collection: North Carolina Collection Web Archives

URL: https://www.dailytarheel.com/staff/charlie-mcgee

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Carrboro Men's basketball Charlie McGee Articles More articles UNC Police defend officer actions at Silent Sam protests amid criticism By Charlie McGee Following the toppling of Confederate monument

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Silent Sam Today · Chronicling "Silent Sam" · UNC Libraries Digital Research

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://digitalresearch.lib.unc.edu/exhibits/show/chronicling-silent-sam/about-chronicling-silent-sam/exhibit-items-silent-sam-today

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Exhibit Items Silent Sam Today Exhibit Items Contributors The "Silent Sam" memorial commemorates the UNC students and alumni who fought and died in the service of the Confederate army. However, there

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UNC Student Douses Confederate Monument In Blood And Red Ink | WUNC

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://www.wunc.org/post/unc-student-douses-confederate-monument-blood-and-red-ink

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opinions about Silent Sam, the Confederate monument sitting near the entrance to the UNC- Chapel Hill campus that has become the focal point of protests in recent months. The University of North

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UNC Student Facing Honor Court Charge for Defacing Silent Sam

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://chapelboro.com/news/unc/unc-protester-facing-honor-court-charge-defacing-silent-sam

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what she said was her own blood and red paint on the Silent Sam statute on McCorkle Place on the Chapel Hill campus. The Confederate monument has been a place of frequent protests over the decades

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Statues and Statutes: Limits on Removing Monuments from Public Property - Coates' Canons Coates' Canons

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://canons.sog.unc.edu/statues-statutes-limits-removing-monuments-public-property/

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government do with such a monument ? That question has come into sharp focus in recent days. Protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, related to that city’s decision to remove a Confederate statue turned

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Statues and Statutes: Limits on Removing Monuments from Public Property | UNC School of Government

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://www.sog.unc.edu/blogs/coates-canons/statues-and-statutes-limits-removing-monuments-public-property

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North Carolina at Chapel Hill. What, if anything, can a local government do with such a monument ? That question has come into sharp focus in recent days. Protests in Charlottesville, Virginia

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Message About First Amendment Protections, Outside Speakers, Confederate Monument | The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: http://www.unc.edu/a-z/message-first-amendment-protections-outside-speakers-confederate-monument/

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Message About First Amendment Protections, Outside Speakers, Confederate Monument | The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Background Off | About the Photo Restore Page Background On - The

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UNC student arrested after hundreds protest at UNC-Chapel Hill Silent Sam monument

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://www.wral.com/unc-student-arrested-after-hundreds-protest-at-unc-chapel-hill-silent-sam-monument/16898155/?version=amp

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?" The crowd respected the barrier around the Confederate monument . The crowd responded by chanting, "Where are you? Where are you? Tear it down!" The crowd dwindled by about 10 p.m., although many

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Call to Strike in Light of Carol Folt’s Proposal to Reinstate Silent Sam at UNC | Silence Sam

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: http://silencesam.com/uncategorized/call-to-strike/

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student protests and the continued presence of a Confederate monument on campus poses to first amendment rights and physical safety, respectively, we call on all UNC TA’s and faculty to withhold grading

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Chapel Hill mayor to UNC: take down Silent Sam | News & Observer

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: http://amp.newsobserver.com/news/local/education/article168076182.html

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University Day ceremony commemorating UNC-Chapel Hill's 222nd birthday. Jane Stancill jstancill@newsobserver.com The Confederate soldier statue at the edge of UNC’s campus has long been a site of protests

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Vandals Deface Silent Sam - UNC General Alumni Association

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://alumni.unc.edu/news/vandals-deface-silent-sam/

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, 2015 Memorials on the grounds of the oldest part of UNC’s campus are rare — McCorkle Place is home to: A monument to Joseph Caldwell, UNC’s first president; A statue of a Confederate soldier — long

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Activist Who Threw Ink and Blood On Silent Sam Cuffed By UNC Police

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://piedmontsundial.com/calendar/calendar_main_article.php?theArticle=99

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Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 11-12, 2017, where the removal of a statue of Confederate military commander Robert E. Lee led to large-scale protests and the death of

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McCorkle Place – Reclaiming the University of the People

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://uncofthepeople.com/essays/mccorkle-place/

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demonstrations called directly for removal or historical contextualization of the monument , these early protests transformed the Confederate Monument into a space in which Black Chapel Hill citizens could rally

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Uncategorized « Publishing the Long Civil Rights Movement

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://lcrm.lib.unc.edu/blog/index.php/category/uncategorized/

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Comments Tags: black confederate soldiers , historical monument . By Angelina Ray Johnston and Robinson Wise [This is the fourth of 4 installments of an essay that was originally published here

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Carolina Conversations focuses on First Amendment - Office of the Chancellor

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://chancellor.unc.edu/2017/09/11/carolina-conversations-focuses-on-first-amendment/

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Chancellor and General Counsel Mark W. Merritt – addressed many of the difficult questions about the Confederate monument on campus, commonly referred to as Silent Sam, which has been a source of protests

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BENNETT PLACE | Open Durham

Collection: North Carolina Collection Web Archives

URL: http://www.opendurham.org/buildings/bennett-place

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Manuscript Collection - Wyatt Dixon Collection) Dedication of the Unity Monument at Bennett Place, 1923. This picture is labelled as "Confederate veterans at Bennett Place, 1923" - but I'm not sure what the

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Petition · UNC Honor Court - Drop the Charges Against Antiracist Activist Maya Little · Change.org

Collection: University Archives Web Archives

URL: https://www.change.org/p/unc-honor-court-drop-the-charges-against-antiracist-activist-maya-little

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other Maya Little faces potential expulsion for an act of civil disobedience against a Confederate statue. We support the statement below, and we petition the UNC Honor Court to drop the charges against

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