The last remnants of a Confederate statue were removed from North Carolina's flagship public university early Tuesday at the request of UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt, who also announced her resignation in a move that increases pressure on the system's board of governors to give up on plans to restore the monument. The university announced at 1 a.m. that the removal had begun, only hours after Folt's surprise order to remove the empty base for… Read at AP News
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