Large Mural Depicting Black Contributions to State History Unveiled at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

The School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recently unveiled a 5-by-50-foot mural commemorating the contributions blacks and American Indians have made to North Carolina’s history. The mural, by artist Colin Quashie of Charleston, South Carolina, depicts eight events and shows 40 different individuals. The mural is on the first floor of the Knapp-Sanders Building on the Chapel Hill campus. The project was funded by the Local Government Federal Credit Union.