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BIOGRAPHICAL CONVERSATIONS WITH...

J. Medlin Pt. 1: Race relations at UNC

  • Aired: 07/05/2012
  • Rating: NR
John Medlin recalls being at UNC when the first African-Americans were enrolled to the college. He talks about the importance of the school and society to except equality and the law.
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