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Jock Lauterer, Protests, sit-ins and march in front of Chapel Hill Post Office; Civil Rights activities including Quinton Baker and Pat Cusack, circa 1964-1967This guide includes resources that discuss the desegregation of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The materials listed here cover the debate over desegregation beginning in the 1930s and continuing into the late 20th century. The sources included in this guide range from books and newspaper articles to archival collections and oral histories. This guide is not designed to be a comprehensive list of all materials on this topic, but is meant to act as starting point for research and to assist researchers in locating relevant sources. The majority of the resources listed here can be accessed at UNC's Wilson Special Collections Library.

  • Books and Theses - includes books and theses that discuss UNC- Chapel Hill and the debate over desegregation.
  • Newspapers and Periodicals - includes resources for locating newspaper and journal articles on the topic of desegregation.
  • Archival Resources - includes relevant archival collections as well as resources for locating additional resources.

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