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EDUCATION

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Although Anna Richards came to Chapel Hill later in life, she has been a major organizing force for equality in
When the Civil Rights Movement came to North Carolina, Betty Baldwin Geer was ready for it. She was raised in
Chapel Hill Carrboro School System teacher and one of the first students to attend Chapel Hill High School after integration
Collene R. Rogers grew up in Chapel Hill, and remembers the walkouts staged by Lincoln High School students to protest
Edna Taylor estimates participating in around twenty civil rights demonstrations in and around Chapel Hill during the 1960s. She was
When Annie B. Hargett began working at North Carolina Memorial Hospital in 1961, the facility was almost completely segregated. She
When Annie B. Hargett began working at North Carolina Memorial Hospital in 1961, the facility was almost completely segregated. She
When Annie B. Hargett began working at North Carolina Memorial Hospital in 1961, the facility was almost completely segregated. She