Meet our Neighbors

"A lot of times you have to just listen--and be a listener."

Mr. Robert Revels

Meet the people who built the stone walls that surround the University, led movements for fair labor and housing across Chapel Hill/Carrboro, and fought for the freedom of all Black Americans.

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Estelle Mabry

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Kenneth Mann

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Marie Mann

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Mary Manning

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Shari Manning

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David Mason, Jr

John Mason

"At the time I was born, Blacks could’nt be born at the hospital. So, you know, I’m 51 years old if you want to count back and see how many years ago--strange enough my brother, my youngest brother was the first Black born at UNC hospital!" - John Mason

Matthew Mason

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Patricia Mason

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Thomas Mason

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Cecilia Massey-Fike

Polly McCauley

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Ibn McClain

Joanne McClelland

"We were a very bold group of African-American students, it was just something about the African-American kids in my class; we were not going to allow certain things to happen. And so, when we got together. . .and talked about how unfair it was and how it was not right to have some of our friends,…

Lucile McDougle

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Williestine McLean

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Mae McLendon

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Virginia Medean

Virginia Medean is a resident in the Northside community. Virginia enjoys making efforts to change her surroundings and the neighborhood. Virginia was raised in the Chapel Hill / Carrboro area and has experienced many effects of the civil rights movement and is working to restore her community.

Effie Merritt

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Regina Merritt

Paris Miller

Freddie Mae Mitchell

Andres Morales-Castillo

Andrés Morales-Castillo es un residente de Chapel Hill, NC originalmente de Monterrey, México.

Andres Morales-Castillo is a resident of Chapel Hill, NC originally from Monterrey, Mexico.

Martrina Morrow

"We were so segregated and I could never figure this one out and I wish somebody would tell me before I die: How in the name of God can you let me take care of your child, watch that child, you know, tend to that child, fix lunch for that child, and couldn’t eat in your house? I wish somebody would…