The Official U.S. Civil Rights Trail Book Unveils Augmented Reality Experience

The Official U.S. Civil Rights Trail Book Unveils Augmented Reality Experience (Greensboro, N.C.) – Today, Wednesday, September 8 at 4pm, the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, author Lee Sentell will join Greensboro civil rights leaders to unveil the Official U.S. Civil Rights Trail Book and its augmented reality experience.   The book serves as a companion…

Shaped by Black Lives Matter, UNC Student Greear Webb Watches Chauvin Trial and Asks: ‘What’s Next?’

The generation that grew up with Black Lives Matter — increasingly activist, attuned to inequity, see George Floyd’s case as an orienting point for all their political values coming to life. “Black Lives Matter definitely allowed us to put on the center of the conversation in public discourse the problem of mass incarceration, police brutality and…

Soil. The stuff of life.

The future of the Earth and the people who live on it is dependent on the management of land and water. This is essential and something we can all agree on. After that opinions vary, and then every once in a while a movie comes along that heats up the cocktail (or kombucha) circuit with…

Orange County Tourism

In an area like Chapel Hill, where the tourism industry isn’t as obvious as it is in, say, Orlando or Las Vegas, Aspen or Nashville, many wonder what our local tourism actually looks like around campus and throughout Orange County. That’s a reasonable question. We’re known as a college town area, after all, and in…

Seeking Unity Globally and Locally

It’s not news, of course, that our long and divisive election cycle happened to take place amid a devastating pandemic, compounding our difficulties and intensifying our tragedies. Many of those you talk to, no matter their political allegiance, seek a spirit of peace and unity; they seek a path we can travel together, into our shared…