Make a joyful noise (Psalm 100). Celebration is an act of faith, triumph, unity, and renewal. Joyful rituals abound across the past, in the present, and into the future of Black Chapel Hill/Carrboro. Whether after church at the Dairy Bar, during the May Day Festival that marked the end of the school year at O.C.T.S., when the Lincoln High band took over the street during the Christmas parade, while singing in worship and protest, or at Sunday dinners that filled the house (and sometimes the front porch, stoop, and yard) with family, friends, and fellowship, neighbors have always come together to rejoice, praise, and remember.
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