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Civil Rights Act spurred rise of ‘the university of the people’


As of August 2013, of the 3,319 members of Carolina’s fulltime permanent faculty, only 168 – or 5 percent – are African-American, she said, and of the 949 full professors, only 23 – or 2.4 percent – are African-American. (University Gazette)

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