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    Don’t forget to register for our 4/9 book talk featuring Monika Gosin! The program will take place via Zoom teleconference at 3:30. https://unc.live/2JD9xdy

    March was a rough year, but we made it 😉 Now that it's April 1, we want to remind everyone that today is Census Day✅
    Respond online at http://my2020census.gov and #BeCounted!

    #MakeNCCount

    Twitter feed video.March was a rough year, but we made it 😉 Now that it's April 1, we want to remind everyone that today is Census Day✅
Respond online at https://t.co/kwrcqjtDay and #BeCounted! 

#MakeNCCount
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    Happy Census Day! 

    Now more than ever, it’s important to respond to the #2020Census and help shape the future of your community. Respond today at http://2020CENSUS.GOV, by phone, or by mail. #EveryoneCounts

    The deadline for the Sean Douglas Leadership Fellowship has been extended to April 20. The SDLF Program provides an opportunity for undergraduate students interested in gaining practical experience in planning and managing arts, cultural and academic programs. (1)

    We want to highlight the art being created at home by Tar Heels! Head to Instagram, post a video or photo(s) of you creating art in your space, wherever you are! Be sure to use the #UNCArtFromHome so we can see it and highlight it on our page!

    We will hold our last 2 book talks of the semester VIRTUALLY through Zoom. Join us Thursday, 4/2 at 12:15 as we host Michelle M. Wright for a talk on her book Physics of Blackness: Beyond the Middle Passage Epistemology. RSVP to receive the Zoom link: https://unc.live/2wBAWd4

    Fellowship applications for the Sean Douglas Leadership Fellowship and the Undergraduate International Studies Fellowship are due by 5pm TODAY! Email your completed application packet to stonecenter@unc.edu.

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    The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was established on July 1, 1988. Initially known as the Black Cultural Center, it was renamed for beloved faculty member Dr. Sonja Haynes Stone after her untimely passing in 1991.

    Upon its inception, The Stone Center focused its attention on raising awareness of and appreciation for African-American culture by the campus community. Today, the Center is an important site for the critical examination of African-American, diaspora and African cultures, providing intellectual and cultural programming that is both timely and informative.

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