Early issues of Black Ink, the newspaper of the Black Student Movement at UNC-Chapel Hill, are now available online through the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center. Dating back to 1969, Black Ink documents the experience of and issues related to African American students at UNC. The paper provides especially good coverage of student protest movements in the early 1970s.
Issues of the paper through 1981 are available as part of the North Carolina Newspapers project. The Digital Heritage Center is continuing with the digitization and will be adding more issues in the coming weeks.