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Folt: Carolina has come a long way, more work to be done


UNC has come a long way since Martin Luther King Jr. spoke on campus in 1960 — when the Carolina student body consisted of only four black first-year students. Today, more black students earn a bachelor’s degree at Carolina than any other top 30 university in the country. Chancellor Carol Folt reflected on King’s vision of a “beloved community, a truly brotherly society.” (UNC.edu)

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