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UNCW hosts a viewing of

UNCW hosts a viewing of “Wilmington on Fire”, a documentary on the Massacre of 1898

Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor September 13, 2020

Five minutes to 7:00 pm, cars were lined up outside the Sarah Kenan Auditorium at UNCW on September 11—a full hour early to a drive-in viewing of “Wilmington on Fire”, a documentary about The Massacre...

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Wilmington quietly takes down two Confederate statues “to protect public safety”

Caitlyn Dark, News Editor July 3, 2020

In the very early morning hours of June 25, construction crews were hard at work doing something many Wilmington citizens had long thought impossible: the removal of the city’s two most visible Confederate...

Th highway historical marker commemorating the 1898 coup, located on Market Street between Fourth and Fifth Street.

New highway historical marker commemorates 1898 Wilmington coup

Jacob Sawyer, Staff Writer November 13, 2019

A new roadside historical plaque that has been in the works for almost two years was finally unveiled on Market Street between 4th and 5th streets on Friday, Nov. 8. It commemorates the massacre in...

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