The Black Student Movement at UNC

The Black Student Movement was established by African American students in November of 1967 as a result of their dissatisfaction with the campus NAACP chapter as well as the slow growth of the African American student population at UNC. UNC’s Virtual Museum, a growing online exhibit that focuses on UNC history, has just published an exhibit that recounts the story of the Black Student Movement at Carolina.

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