Join Chapel Hill Public Library staff and community members as we uncover the untold histories of Chapel Hill, from the inside out and bottom up. On this page are episodes from podcast season 1, which focuses on monuments and memory. Coming soonFor the past year, Chapel Hill Public Library has been taking a deep dive into local history, uncovering untold storiesRead more. Holy Week FastLearn how this one spot in Chapel Hill became the place for people to practice free speech and their right toRead more. Young, Gifted and BlackIn June, 2019 we honored the lives of two Chapel Hillians whose names were added to the Peace and JusticeRead more. Remembering Our DeadIn this episode, we explore the ways that cemeteries act as memorials and markers. How do Chapel Hill’s cemeteries helpRead more. Mayor of Franklin StreetLearn how two men devoted their lives to making our public spaces more open and accessbile for all of us...andRead more. An old argument. Silent Sam part 1What was the meaning of the American Civil War? And why are we still arguing over this some 150 yearsRead more. James Cates. Silent Sam part 2In this episode, we share the story of James Cates. James was born and raised in Chapel Hill. In 1970,Read more. What Comes Next. Silent Sam part 3In August, 2018 student activists toppled UNC’s confederate monument, Silent Sam. In our final part of our 3-part series exploringRead more.