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A display inside the Upperman African American Cultural Center in Fisher Student Union.

OPINION: UNCW is not doing enough to improve inclusivity of minority groups

Hannah Horowitz, Staff Writer November 30, 2020
The simple fact is that we are in the year 2020. Universities should no longer be getting praise for having minority student organizations or holding minority student panels. The existence of the Upperman African American Cultural Center, Centro Hispano, and the LGBTQIA+ Resource Office should be givens, not talking points.
Randall Library celebrates women's right to vote and seeks to amplify minority voices

Randall Library celebrates women’s right to vote and seeks to amplify minority voices

Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor September 25, 2020
The Library has worked to present itself as a resource for minorities and students looking to gain a richer understanding of the society they live in. This includes expanding the Library’s collection to include more works by authors of color and hosting a myriad of programs, exhibits, and displays aimed at breaking prejudices through education.
LaKeith Stanfield and Issa Rae in

‘The Photograph’ offers black representation and a smart love story

Valerie Keys, Managing Editor February 18, 2020

There are so many adjectives that describe “The Photograph": witty, gracious, smart, sexy, fun, spontaneous and an all-around classic love story. Following the death of her photographer mother, Mae ...

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