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University of Georgia asks to name buildings for Black grads | AP News

ATLANTA (AP) — The University of Georgia is asking regents to name two buildings for some of the university's earliest Black graduates. This week's proposal followed a decision by the University System of Georgia regents not to remove names of any people associated with slavery, segregation or the mistreatment of Native Americans from 75 buildings statewide.

Chapel Hill-Carrboro investigating claims Black educators reassigned because of race

Officials are looking into recent claims that two high school educators were moved because a parent didn’t want Black men working with their student.

A Black Utah student was called the N-word during a football game. Then he got punished.

A Black student was called the N-word during a Utah high school football game. When he told the kid not to call him that, he was punished.

UNC renaming buildings by honoring first Black professor and American Indian student

As part of UNC’s effort to rename buildings with ties to white supremacy and racism, a dorm and the student affairs office will honor Hortense McClinton and Henry Owl.

In the midst of national debates, Connecticut teachers take on anti-racist education - Yale Daily News

As high schools across the state prepare to pilot the new Black and Latinx history elective, the Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning Collective is working to support teachers.