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    For the past 20 years, the Carolina Center for Public Service has connected the energy and expertise of both the University and the community to provide students, faculty and staff with deep and transformative experiences. Through engaged scholarship and service, we work together to create collaborative and interdisciplinary solutions to local and global challenges.


    “I don’t think you can truly have a discussion of sustainability without talking about social equity,” said Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholar Danielle Spurlock.

    Dr. Danielle Spurlock, an assistant professor in @UNC's Department of City and Regional Planning, works at the intersection of social equity, environmental protection and policy implementation.

    Saturday, July 11: Race Against Racism Virtual 5K (or 10K/13.1/26.2 Run/Walk) benefiting @MCJCenter, which is dedicated to honoring and building community in the historically Black neighborhoods of Chapel Hill. Sponsored by UNC Alpha Epsilon Delta.

    Hello there! APPLES presents the third and final step of How To Be A Better Ally to the Black Community: A Three Step Guide! Here are some ways to carry the conversation back onto campus whether you’re interested in research, volunteering at student organizations, or wanting 1/3

    To kickoff this week, register for the RaceAgainstRacism run/walk! This is a virtual race, of course. Registration is $15, and all of the proceeds go towards The Marian Cheek Jackson Center!
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    Join this panel discussion on June 30, 1:30 pm to learn about the history of policing in the U.S. and local organizing efforts towards reforming, defunding or abolishing police forces. Register:

    “How to be a good ally: Listen.” In this Chapelboro podcast, Community Engagement Fellow Sonny Kelly—who has his own show “The Talk”—speaks about how he has come to understand what it means to be Black in America.

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