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  • The False Cause: Fraud, Fabrication, and White Supremacy in Confederate Memory by Adam H. Domby
  • Fragile Democracy: The Struggle Over Race and Voting Rights in North Carolina
  • A Guide to Active Listening, SafeSchoolsNC
  • The New Southern University: Academic Freedom and Liberalism at UNC- Chapel Hill by Charles Holden 
  • UNC A to Z: What Every TarHeel Needs to Know About the First State University by N. Graham & C. Moore


  • Constitutional Tales (from NC State Board of Education meeting) (audio only)
  • Re/Collecting Chapel Hill: James Cates. Silent Sam Part 2. – This Re/Collecting Chapel Hill podcast episode shares the story of James Cates. The episode features Mike Ogle’s research and the voices of community members who knew Cates, including those with him when he died.
  • UNC Health Science Library Off the Shelf Webinar Series
    • Off the Shelf: Author Talk with Jessica Ingram -In her book “Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial,” images of those places are interspersed with oral histories from victims’ families and investigative journalists, as well as pages from newspapers and FBI files and other ephemera. Ingram unlocks powerful and complex histories to reframe these commonplace landscapes as sites of both remembrance and resistance. She transforms the way we regard both what has happened and what’s happening now—as the fight for civil rights goes on and memorialization has become the literal subject of contested cultural and societal ground.
    • Off the Shelf: Author Talk with Tanya Harmer and Katherine Marino
      Tanya Harmer, author of “Beatriz Allende: A Revolutionary Life in Cold War Latin America.”
      Katherine Marino, author of “Feminism for the Americas: The Making of an International Human Rights Movement”
    • Off the Shelf: Author Talk with Dan Royles
      Dan Royles discusses his book, “To Make the Wounded Whole: The African American Struggle Against HIV/AIDS”
    • Off the Shelf: Author Talk with Tyler D. Parry, Scheduled for November 19, 2020
      Tyler D. Parry discusses his book “Jumping the Broom: The Surprising Multicultural Origins of a Black Wedding Ritual”

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