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EDUCATION

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Alice Battle always knew she wanted to be a teacher. "I didn't take education just in case. 'Cause I always
Bonita Joyce started organizing around community education when she came to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill as a
Graduating in the first desegregated class at Chapel Hill High School was just the beginning of Carolyn Daniels' lifetime of
Mrs. Coretta Sharpless was named the principal of Northside Elementary School in August of 2015 after serving as the assistant
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
When Annie B. Hargett began working at North Carolina Memorial Hospital in 1961, the facility was almost completely segregated. She