What's in a Name? Moral and Historical Considerations of Naming University Facilities | UNC Campus: Hyde Hall | Page: Literary Related | Indy Week
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What's in a Name? Moral and Historical Considerations of Naming University Facilities 

When: Mon., Jan. 25, 6 p.m. 2016
panel moderated by Amy Locklear Hertel (director, UNC American Indian Center) featuring Al Brophy (Judge John J. Parker Distinguished Professor of Law), Fitz Brundage (William B. Umstead Professor of History and Chair, Department of History), Cecilia Moore (task force on UNC-Chapel Hill history) and Ted Shaw (Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of UNC's Center for Civil Rights).
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