The Chapel Hill Historical Society

Presents

The Power of Place: NORTHSIDE, A Neighborhood in Rapid Transition

A talk by Della Pollock, Director of the Jackson Center & Professor of Communications at UNC, Hudson Vaughan, Deputy Director of the Jackson Center, and Brentton Harrison, Asst. Director of Education at the Jackson Center

Presentation and Reception
Sunday, January 17, 2016 3:00 PM
The Chapel Hill Historical Society
Chapel Hill Public Library
100 Library Drive
Chapel Hill, NC


Co-sponsored by Mama Dip's Restaurant at 408 West Rosemary Street and the Mediterranean Deli, 410 W. Franklin St., both in Chapel Hill, NC

The Jackson Center's motto is "without the past, you have no future" This presentation will cover a brief history of Northside, one of the historically Black neighborhoods of Chapel Hill, in its formation & foundation, and its ongoing struggle for civil rights through the last several decades of rapid transition. They will touch on the coalition efforts led by neighbors to address the rapidly rising student housing market, ending with an interactive discussion about current collaborative efforts to preserve the future of one of Chapel Hill's most diverse and historic neighborhoods.

Free and open to the public. Call the Chapel Hill Historical Society for information: 919-929-1793.