Images

 "Give Freedom for Christmas"

Bubba Riggsbee is walking in the front of the line, holding the “Freedom for Christmas” sign and wearing a light colored polo shirt and dark colored cardigan. The gentleman on the right behind him wearing glasses and a suit may be a student, because students always wore suits around campus. This…

 "No More Uncle Tom"

Ms. Avery Brewer is holding the “No More Uncle Tom” sign. She was a resident of Lindsey Street, and was a wonderful cook. Mrs. Avery worked at Chapel Hill Cleaners for a number of years and during the time of the civil rights marches, she was noted to say "they want us to clean their clothes but…

 “Eat at Joe's Black and White” Banner

As they march from St. Joseph CME church toward downtown Chapel Hill, local African American students, religious leaders, and UNC students rally behind a banner declaring “Eat at Joe’s Black & White.”

 “Grillmaster” Calvin Smith

“Grillmaster” Calvin Smith, a community leader and steward of St. Joseph’s, cooks 1100 hotdogs at St. Joseph’s “Frangelism in the Park” gospel music celebration in 2007.

 2002 Northside walk in honor of Mrs. Hargraves

 2002 Northside walk in honor of Mrs. Hargraves

 2002 Northside walk in honor of Mrs. Hargraves

R.D. Smith speaks at the Northside walk in honor of Mrs. Hargraves in 2002.

 2002 Northside walk in honor of Mrs. Hargraves

Delores Bailey speaks at the Northside walk in honor of Mrs. Hargraves

 2004 Northside Neighborhood Overlay

 A daughter of Northside, Ms. Elaine Norwood laughs with a young neighbor at May Day, 2013.

 A demonstrator is attacked at Watts Restaurant during a sit-in in Chapel Hill, NC.

 A History of Resistance

Ms. Kathy Atwater, long-term Lindsay St. resident, gives a passionate speech on the history of Amity Station development. Her words gave both historical context and emotional power to the issue facing her community and neighbors.

 A march organized by the Chapel Hill Freedom Movement

A march organized by the Chapel Hill Freedom Movement on Franklin Street, Chapel Hill's main thoroughfare. Protesters stopped to point out segregated establishments.Hilliard Caldwell is in the center of the picture looking behind himself, wearing a driving cap and light colored photo. He is easily…

 A slogan painted on the door of a truck in Carrboro, NC.

A slogan painted on the door of a truck in Carrboro, NC.

 A third grade student at Northside Elementary, reflects on what she learned in a workshop with Jackson Center Staff.

 A UNC representative of the Student Peace Union pickets the segregated College Cafe.

 A woman stares at protesters who block her car from exiting the university parking lot.

 A Young Neighbor

 A young neighbor enjoys community festivities

A young neighbor enjoys community festivities.

 Adwoa Asare and Gladys Pendergraph with UNC NOW

 Albert Williams teaching 8th graders at Smith Middle School about the civil rights movement, February, 2014.

Albert Williams teaching 8th graders at Smith Middle School about the civil rights movement in Chapel Hill, February, 2014.

 Albert Williams, Troy Harrison, and Lavisha Williams at the Black Church Panel

 Aleck Stephens

 Aleck Stephens and Grace MacNair