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Black ink : Black Student Movement, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. online resource ([Chapel Hill, N.C.]) 1969-current, May 01, 2001, Image 10

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Top: Krisit Booker hands list of demands fo Provost Shelton outside of South Building. Bottom; Student protesters chant os they march to South Building to hand Chancellor Moeser their list of 14 demands. Hate Fighters Our Demands 1. A safe campus environment for students of color at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2. A public statement from the Chancellor in response to the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) and to the advertisement by David Horowitz. 3. The University take a more active role in the accurate depiction of the history of underrepresented groups 4. The re-creation of an active Advisory Board to restore a system of accountability between the DTH and Its readership. 5. Establish a mandatory sensitivi ty/diversity training for University administrators, faculty and staff. 6. Hold Chapel Hill and Campus Police publicly accountable in areas such as raciol profiling and sensitivity training. 7. Secure a living wage for house keepers and groundskeepers. .8. Provide better working condi tions/environment for housekeep ers and groundskeepers 9. Hire more tenured faculty, staff and administrators of color. 10. Public recognition of contribu tions of African-Americans to the University 11. Ensure better recruitment and retention of people of color. 12. Supply more monetary support for the MSRC. 13. Provide better academic sup port and respect for black athletes. 14. Restore the headstones'in the Slave Cemetery. I ill w III. fmi \m mm

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