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Business Manager Features Editor
Tacque Kirksey Janice Lindsay Reed
April Bethea, Jamiyla Bolton, Shannon Eaves, Alexis Gines, Marcus Harvey
Patrice High, Noelle Hutchins, Leah Irvin, nadera a. malika-salaam, Norledia
Moody, Kelly Navies, Erica Smiley, Demetrice Smith, Doug Taylor, Kiron
Terrell, Ashley Lyvone Wallace, Kelly Williams, Carmen Woodruff
Carmen Scott, Tamra Thomas
Alexis Gines, Jai Jennings, Darrell Johnson, Odaro M. Omoruyi, Carmen
Scott, Demetrice Smith, Davene Swinson, Tamra Thomas, Kiron Terrell
The Black Ink, founded in 1969, is the official publication of the Black
Student Movement at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Our
mission remains: "If Blackness can be transformed into pictures and words,
we intend to do so, by any means necessary." All articles, letters, editorials,
illustrations and poetry are welcome and must be signed. The Black Ink
does not discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, religion, race,
ethnicity or handicap. Submissions may be e-mailed to email@example.com
or left in the Black Ink mailbox located in the BSM office. The Black Ink
office is located in Suite 215-E of the Student Union. Mailing address, CB#
5210 Student Union, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC 2754.
This publication is paid for at least in part by student fees.
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