CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (WTVD) — UNC Chapel Hill honored the lifetime of a Black man killed on campus in a racist assault in 1970.
The college will set up a everlasting memorial in honor of James Cates, a civil rights advocate, in “The Pit.”
The announcement got here after years of group initiative to honor Cates and convey consideration to racially motivated violence.
Cates was 22 years previous when he was stabbed to demise by members of a White supremacist biker gang close to the coed union.
He was not a pupil at UNC however was from Chapel Hill.
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