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North Carolina college could be sued over Confederate statue

Seattle Times Wednesday, 13 September 2017
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — A New York-based law firm is urging North Carolina’s flagship public university to remove a Confederate soldier statute or risk being sued for fostering a racially hostile learning environment. An attorney wrote Wednesday to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill officials contending the 1913 statue nicknamed “Silent Sam” violates […]
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News video: Students Threaten Lawsuit Over Confederate Statue

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A student law group at the University of North Carolina has threatened to sue the school if they refuse to remove a controversial Confederate statue which stands prominently on the campus's main quad. The area around the statue, known as Silent Sam, has been home to near-daily protests and occasional...

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