WCOM 103.5FM

WCOM 103.5FM
“Community Radio for Chapel Hill & Carrboro”
Studio Request Line: (919) 246-9639
Website: https://wcomfm.org
Format: Variety
Carrboro, North Carolina

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Check this @NPR interview w/ Yale history professor David Blight about what Independence Day meant to abolitionist #FrederickDouglass and America's enslaved population.

Then, watch the #Carrboro Community Reading at https://youtu.be/VZXQGtYTxsU

https://www.npr.org/2020/07/03/887027326/what-the-fourth-of-july-meant-to-those-enslaved-in-the-u-s

Thanks to everyone for coming out for our unique July 4th Parade through 26 miles of Carrboro neighborhoods!

Our vehicles looped around town so that you wouldn’t venture far from home or gather in a crowd setting.

#July4th #CelebrateSafely #MaskUp #CarrboroSafe

Presenting the #Carrboro Community Reading of Frederick Douglass’ essay, "The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro” (1852) from Mayor Lavelle @lydialavelle with thanks to all our presenters!

WATCH https://youtu.be/VZXQGtYTxsU

#July4th #FrederickDouglass #BlackLivesMattter

Carrboro’s 7th annual community reading of Frederick Douglass’ essay, "The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro” presented on #July4th We’ll share out at 12 noon.

#FrederickDouglass #BlackLivesMatter #Carrboro

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