North Carolina Community College Course That Claimed Most Slaves Were Happy Is Cancelled

December 1998
Jet;12/14/98, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p24
Announces that the course at a North Carolina community college that claimed most slaves were happy in captivity was canceled on its final night of class by school officials who said they were concerned about offending people. Title of the Randolph Community College course being North Carolina's Role in the War for Southern Independence.


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